Coordinating Colours

Anchors Aweigh

X37R75C View Colour

Silver Tarnish

R207B View Colour

Kensington Gardens

L19DW38B View Colour

Snow in June

R266F View Colour

Raisin Pudding

R33F View Colour

Sheepskin Rug

R95B View Colour
Coordinating whites

Dreamy Scene

W26E View Colour

Apricot Whisper

W10A View Colour

Shetland Sweater

W36A View Colour

Any shade in this gradient will coordinate beautifully with Blue Eyes


 This colour used to be called

Baby Blues.

Same fantastic colour, different name!


How will the colour really look in your home?

Blue Eyes

direct sunlight

How will the colour look in your home?

The lighting in your home can subtly change the look of colours. Sunshine is often a true reflection of the colour, whereas fluorescent lighting can add a blue tinge and energy saving bulbs find a middle ground between the two.

Our lightbox will give you a good indication of how your colour chip looks in different lighting, just click the buttons to see the changes.

For the most accurate reflection, pick up a tester pot to see how the colour looks in your home.

Disclaimer Screens and printers display colour differently, so how it looks on your mobile might not be the same as how the paint colour will look on your wall. We recommend picking up a colour chip from our range in B&Q before you make a decision. All of our colours must be mixed in Valspar paint to ensure accuracy. Colour may vary depending on lighting conditions, sheen and the surface you’re painting.

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