Pitch Blue by Farrow and Ball is a wonderful shade of Cobalt Blue that can be used in a variety of ways to create different looks in your home, depending on the light.
It’s a great choice for bedrooms and living areas. It also works well with other brightly contrasting colours such as yellow, gold, green, and pink. In this article, I’m sharing some of my favourite examples of how Pitch Blue can be used in the home.
Pitch Blue Bedroom
Images via Bluebell Grey
This beautiful bedroom by Bluebell Grey shows just how well Pitch Blue can work alongside zesty greens and yellows to create a space that is full of life and energy. The watercolour design of the botanical bedding set creates a wonderful contrast with the Pitch Blue walls. The result is a ‘grown up’ space that’s definitely not boring!
Farrow and Ball Pitch Blue Living Room
Image via Naturalii Concept Store
This living room features Pitch Blue walls, which, when paired with gold and glass accents, creates an elegant, almost regal look.
Pitch Blue Front Door
Image by Lucy Coulthard Interior Design
If you’re looking to increase the curb appeal of your home, why not try painting your front door in Farrow and ball’s Pitch Blue?! As you can see from this image by Lucy Coulthard Interior Design, this bold blue stands out beautifully against the neutral hues of this exterior wall.
Living Room in Pitch Blue by Farrow and Ball
Image via @humesweethome
Painting your living room in a bold colour can feel scary, but it can have a huge impact! The Pitch Blue walls in this living room by Hume Sweet Home allow the beautiful framed artworks to ‘pop’ against the blue of the walls. The complimentary orange and yellow accents featured in the fabric of the roman blinds and cushions also help to bring life and energy to the space.
Children’s Bedroom Painted in Pitch Blue
If you’re looking for the perfect shade of blue for a kids bedroom, Pitch Blue might just be the colour you’re looking for. As you can see, the colourful accessories and soft furnishings in this twin room by Bluebell Gray look amazing against the Pitch Blue walls. The space is colourful, without being too overwhelming. Perfect for a kids bedroom!
Pitch Blue Farrow and Ball Kitchen
Image via @little_fixer_upper
These kitchen units have been painted in Pitch Blue Farrow and Ball. As you can see, it works really well with the terracotta orange hues of the brick walls, and the warm tones of the leather bar stools. This is a great quick fix if you want to make an older kitchen feel fresh and modern without changing too much.
What Colour Goes With Pitch Blue?
If you’re looking for paint colours that go with Pitch Blue, there are a few good options available to you.
All White is a pure white that is perfect for using in fun, playful spaces, such as kids bedrooms and living rooms. Wevet is very similar, but has a hint of grey to it. This is better if you’re trying to create a space that’s more calming and serene.
If you’re looking for a colour to use on your walls with Pitch Blue, then my recommendation would be Strong White. It has grey undertones, which work well with Pitch Blue by creating a contrast that’s not too jarring.
Many people, However, choose to paint both their walls and trim in Pitch Blue. This creates a monochromatic look that works really well in homes with period features.
In this case, you can add colour within your accessories. Golds, neutrals, greens, pinks, oranges, and reds all work well alongside Pitch Blue when used in small amounts. Try choosing fabrics with a white or off-white background, and a colourful design to create a sophisticated space that’s full of life and energy. Personally, I love the bedding designs from Bluebell Grey. The floral curtains from Dunelm in Pink or Blue are also a great choice to create an uplifting space.
A Farrow and Ball Pitch Blue Equivalent Worth Considering
If you love the colour of Farrow and Ball’s Pitch Blue, but can’t afford the price tag, then you will be pleased to know that Dulux also does a very similar colour called DH Indigo. This is quite a bit cheaper than Pitch Blue at just £30 for 2.5 litres, and the colour is very similar.
Further Reading: Farrow and Ball vs Dulux – Which is Better?
Order Samples and a Free Colour Card from Farrow and Ball
You can order sample pots or get a Farrow and Ball colour chart here. It’s completely free!
The small sample pots are really useful for seeing how the colours look in the light of your home.
If you’re just getting started in Interior Design, or if you’re planning on taking on more renovation projects, check out my article on the best interior design books for beginners for more inspiration!