9 Aqua Paint Colors for Your Home

It's not just for beach houses

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Aqua may not be the first paint color you gravitate towards during a home renovation, but it's surprisingly versatile and varied. It can be bright and cheerful or muted and relaxing, depending on the shade. A mix of blue and green, aqua is a go-to for beachy decor and coastal homes. But this gorgeous color isn't only for houses near the water; it's also a great choice for modern and vintage design schemes.

Whether you're looking for a shade that's a little more pigmented and vibrant or you're drawn to muted and smoky tones, we've rounded up the best aqua paints on the market.

Whether you want to add a pop of bold color to a kitchen or you're hunting for a subtle splash of green for your guest bedroom, aqua is a stunning rich shade that holds up well year after year. If you're not sure which aqua is right for your space, sample several shades until you find your favorite. Don't hesitate when considering the addition of aqua to your color scheme—it will surely make a beautiful statement in your home.