is a soft yet striking hue, which you will find among other seafaring colours in my palette Tales Of A Sea Gypsy.
Tales of A Sea Gypsy
is inspired by a Lithuanian love story, Jurate’s Castle. Each hue within this palette has been carefully named to reflect part of this love story.
Ghostly passage reveals the lowest depths of the Baltic sea, and the passage that was left behind following a tragic death in this love story. It reflects love & loss, but also the milky aqua blue hues found in the deepest depths of the Baltic sea. It is a stunning, soft aqua green hue, which the eye is seamlessly drawn to.
Ghostly passage is the perfect hue for any interior or exterior area. It is soft enough not to overwhelm a space, but has enough colour and beauty to add character to a room. Paint the walls of your alfresco dining area in Ghostly Passage
to instantly add a fresh, summer feel to your space. If you’re an all white kind of person – paint some old pots to give them a new lease on life and scatter them around your outdoor dining area.
Alternatively splash Ghostly Passage over all of your bedrooms walls – keeping the ceiling, skirting boards and window frames in all white – try Porcelain
for the perfect match!
16, Feb 2017