It’s late Sunday night and I should be drawing living rooms for my rendering class, but instead I’m going to wax on about Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue, a pretty robin’s egg that’s super popular.
I first noticed Wythe Blue several years ago when I read it was used on the set of “Mad Men,” in the Drapers’ suburban house in Ossining, New York.
Wythe Blue is the color of antique glass bottles, which have that beautiful patina.
Above, the king of blue, Steven Gambrel, painted this guest bedroom Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue.
Above, a door painted Wythe Blue.
Wythe Blue in a dining room.
And looking lovely in a kitchen, above, and a living room, below.
Wythe Blue (with matching pendant) in a laundry room.
If it’s good enough for Betty Draper…
About Wythe Blue
Collection: Historical Colors