Blue Christmas Color Scheme with Chip It

Christmas is only 47 days away!  To get in the holiday decorating spirit, I’ve created a serene blue color scheme as inspiration for colors to use in your home!

I used Sherwin William’s Chip It tool to create this color palette from a stylish Christmas tree image:

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Don’t you just love these colors?  (oh yes – and the cute puppy?)

These greeny blues, mixed with greige, white and sky blue create such a chic and  tranquil palette.
 
These colors are a great choice!
 
So if you are decorating around the blue color theme this year, try working these color tones into your decor….and have a Blue Christmas!
 
To get more Christmas color decorating ideas see my Christmas tree color schemes post.

So leave me a comment and tell me what colors you are going to decorate with this Christmas!
 
Then go visit The Forum and join the Christmas decorating conversations there too!
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Written by Heather at Setting for Four

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    • says

      Thanks Amy! It will be fun to get our new home decorated! Our main tree will be red and white, I just have to have some red for Christmas, but I hope to find another inexpensive tree somewhere to do in the blues!

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