If you're drawn to sea glass hues because of their soothing and fresh charm, you'll love these 5 no-fail paint options from Glidden. I love these colors for small projects like painted furniture but they make a serious impact on the wall as well. Here's how I'm using sea glass colors in my summer home decor this year:

PictureHow to make sea glass hues work in your home:

1. Keep it simple! If you use a bold color on the wall like Glidden's Pacific Coast Blue, keep your space looking airy and fresh with touches of white.

2. Go beyond walls. Consider keeping your walls light and working the sea glass hues in with painted furniture or even a painted ceiling.

3. Keep the color looking fresh with natural touches like plants or driftwood accessories.

4. Get playful and paint a feature wall. It isn't a huge commitment so if you get tired of the color, you can change things up in a weekend or less.

5. If you have neutral walls and want a fun pop of color, paint an interior door with a sea glass hue. Again, this isn't a huge commitment and will add loads of personality to your space without a lot of effort.


Picture 1. Glidden's Bluegrass White
2. Glidden's Sea Glass
3. Glidden's Pacific Coast Blue
4. Glidden's Freshwater Blue
5. Glidden's Bright Teal (Featured in the 2016 HGTV Dream Home)