16th May 2019

Decorating ideas for a cloakroom using Duck Egg blue…


If you’re after a new interior colour scheme, consider duck egg? It’s easy on the eye but isn’t another shade of white or neutral.

It’s a shade somewhere between pale blue and green. De-saturated duck egg is as pale as ‘eau de Nil’, whereas saturated duck egg looks not too dissimilar to the likes of an intense shade of turquoise.

a shade for all styles…

By far the best shade of duck egg is somewhere in the middle. And this shade can be used in both contemporary and traditional interiors.

This timeless colour harmonises with many shades, but looks especially classy when used in conjunction with neutrals. In fact, if you’re ever in doubt as to whether a colour scheme is going to work, look to nature. You can be certain that if it appears in nature, it’s sure to work!

an ideal colour, no matter how big or small your room!

It’s a perfect colour for adding grandeur to a living room. Equally it looks lovely as a warm and inviting shade in a bedroom.

Because it’s light and airy, it works in a compact or confined space, making it an ideal choice in an en-suite or cloakroom.

After deciding on the overall layout of your new cloakroom or en-suite, the fun begins! Choose the colour of your new bathroom furniture first, as you’re sure to find a wall or floor tile to co-ordinate.

prefer a bespoke unit finish?

That said, one of the many benefits of choosing Vanity Hall furniture for your new bathroom, en-suite or cloakroom is choiceVanity Hall will paint your units in a colour, matched to your specification. So, you can have the bespoke shade of duck egg you want!

If you’re after a new bathroom, cloakroom or en-suite in eau de Nil, duck egg, aqua, turquoise, or indeed any shade or tone from the entire spectrum of colours available, look no further than Vanity Hall.