Pantone has announced Classic Blue as the color of 2020. Dubbed as ‘solid’ and ‘dependable’ by the Smithsonian Magazine, this bold color will work great either as the primary color in your landscaping or as a highlight. In this blog, we give you 5 ways in which you can incorporate Classic Blue into your landscaping.
Plant flowers with classic blue blooms.
Lucky for you, there’s a dozen and more options to choose from for your blue flowers. From ‘Blue Boy’ Cornflower, to Grape Hyacinth, and blue daisies, even Balloon flowers and French Hydrangeas, these spectacular flowering specimens will surely make your outdoors a sight to behold.
Use a nautical theme for your outdoor room or area.
From anchors to hemp ropes, splashes of classic blue in your outdoor room make a bold statement look. Make it stand out even more with white as a contrast or pair it with a calming green for a relaxing effect.
Paint an outdoor wall blue.
Being outdoors, classic blue makes for a great background color without suffocating the area. With a lot of sunlight flooding in, this color’s powerful hue can stand on its own. It can provide a great focal point or contrast to your wall décor, be it a befitting anchor or a painting.
Use blue pavers or a flagstone specimen with blues in it.
If you’re not comfortable making a big change, try a small step in the right direction with your patio surface. Hints of blue in a sea of green make it inviting for a relaxing stroll around your property.
Make a bold statement with a small change to your door frame color.
Greet your visitors with the color of the year by re-painting your door frame.
A small but welcome change, greet the new year, new decade, and everyone framed in a solid and dependable color of the year, classic blue!