If there is a box that every girl secretly dreams to find hidden in her boyfriend’s sock drawer that box is undoubtedly Tiffany Blue. It is possible that Tiffany Blue is the color of dreams. Tiffany Blue can be best described as a Light Blue Robin Egg color that appears on all the branding for Tiffany & Co, which is based in New York.
How the color is made: To make Tiffany Blue, mix Very Pale Cyan and Pure Cyan, this will result in a soft but vibrant light Turquoise color.
History: Tiffany Blue was first used as the brand's main color in 1837 when the founders chose it as the feature color for the jewelry store's product booklet.
Color in Action
The modern iconic Blue-Turquoise hue of Tiffany Blue is synonymous with elegance, luxury, and exclusivity. Tiffany Blue speaks of a higher quality product and service and customers are proud to walk around toting a Tiffany Blue shopping bag.
Tiffany Blue can be used in any room in interior design, but why not try it in the kitchen for a refreshing look that feels elegant and timeless? Tiffany Blue cafe curtains can add a quirky but luxe aesthetic to the kitchen when matching appliances like stand mixers and toasters are also on display.
Colors that go with Tiffany Blue
Match Tiffany Blue with Bubblegum Pink for a delightful complementary color scheme that feels euphoric and indulgent.
Tiffany Blue Color Palettes and Schemes
Tiffany Blue, Very Soft Cyan, and Light Grayish Cyan can be combined in a monochromatic palette that creates a fresh vibe. While darker monochromatic colors like Strong Cyan and Dark Cyan will produce a look that feels colder and more intense.
Backgrounds and Seamless Patterns
Use Tiffany Blue in gingham patterned designs to create a look that feels youthful. Ditzy floral prints in Tiffany Blue and Lime Green on a Dark Navy background will feel unique and bold.