Ready to try out a new color for your household projects? One of Fusion’s newest colors, Fusion Mineral Paint Divine Lavender, is a good way to explore with new color tones. Is it a good way to try out something new in your home? You’ll need to decide that for yourself. 

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Fusion Mineral Paint Divine Lavender: a mild, subtle purple

Divine Lavender is a soft, subtle purple tone that’s perfect for feminine themes and pieces. So, if you’re looking to make your dresser or bookshelf fit into your “girly” room, Divine Lavender is a must-have for your collection of paint colors. 

Projects and inspirations

It’s always helpful to see real-life application before purchasing a color. After a look at the ideas, inspirations, and projects of others, you’ll be able to make a decision about Divine Lavender. 

Divine Lavender dresser for sale

Divine Lavender is an especially good choice for a vintage dresser. It’s neutral enough to blend with many other surrounding colors, but it also provides enough color to stay exciting. As you can see, this dresser isn’t just feminine, it’s also a beautiful way to decorate a rustic room. We love the idea of this piece in a home with a vintage theme! It’ll fit right in. 

DIY purple dresser makeover

Fancy a two-toned furniture piece? You wouldn’t be able to tell that this dresser has seen better days! Pairing a stained finish at the top of the dresser with Divine Lavender was the perfect combination for the dresser makeover. Feminine and delicate, this beautiful furniture piece has a glorious touch of bold with golden knobs and handles for its drawers. What a fancy piece indeed!

A deeper look at Divine Lavender

Fusion Mineral Paint Divine Lavender is part of the Lisa Marie Holmes Collection, a Fusion Mineral Paint collaboration. There are four other colors in this collection: altogether, they create a delightful color palette that wouldn’t be complete without Divine Lavender. The white, gray, pink, and dark purple tones featured in this collection provide an inspiring idea of what colors to use alongside Divine Lavender. 

More color combo inspiration

Of course, there are plenty of other colors you can use with Divine Lavender. We’ll explore a few of those here. 

Warm beige and baby blue

Mild colors are always a win for a subtle tone like Divine Lavender, and these two are no exception. 

Lavender skies

Warm beige

Soft, mild beige tones are a great way to warm up a Divine Lavender piece or simply give it a finishing touch. Either way, beige and light purple create an easy, works-every-time combo that’s still subtly gorgeous. 

Baby blue

With similar undertones to Divine Lavender, baby blue is an obvious choice. Combine baby blue with this pastel purple, and you’ll have a stunning piece without any bright, startling colors. If you’re looking to use Divine Lavender for a vintage piece, this color combo is definitely ideal. 

Pastel green and yellow

Loving the pastel look more and more? These colors are a great way to make it happen. 

Pastel colored macaroons

Pastel green

Along with Divine Lavender, pale green is a good option for a pastel project. This minty green is similar to Fusion Mineral Paint Little Speckled Frog, an enchanting green tone that’s especially good for nurseries or children’s rooms. Speaking of which, can’t you see a fun green and purple project in a children’s room? We can! 


A little brighter than pastel, the shade of yellow we’re talking about is sunny. Cheerful. It brings something colorful and new to a soft Divine Lavender project. So, if that’s what you’re looking for, yellow is a perfect choice. 

Dark green and white

If you’d like a contrast for your Divine Lavender piece, these colors are for you.

Lavender flowers

Dark green

Pastel green isn’t the only shade of green that goes with Divine Lavender: dark green is another beautiful option. This one is more of a contrast color, of course, but it still brings a moody, calming look to a Divine Lavender project, rather than a startling pop of color. 


A classic color combo, white and light purple are a perfect way to finish any project. Contrast and subtle highlight at the same time, white is a good in-between option – not too dark or too light for Divine Lavender, it’s neither too loud or too soft. In addition, white is an easy way to make your Divine Lavender piece go with all its surroundings, because white goes with everything. 

Divine Lavender celebrates the beauty of mild colors

Fusion Mineral Paint Divine Lavender captures what it means for a color to be subtle but stunning. Even though it’s a mild pastel, it’ll still make a statement in your home. If you’re up for a Divine Lavender project, Fusion Mineral Paint Lamp White is a perfect selection to complete your new piece. Whether you choose to go with Divine Lavender on its own or add another color, your projects will take on a brand-new look with this pale purple – and it’s good to try something new every once in a while! 

Sarah Brackenridge

Sarah Brackenridge


I have been painting and decorating professionally for several years. Paint and design are my stress relievers and my passion. What’s even better is that I get to share my passion with others. Helping people transform their pieces or update their home is a thrill for me! I would encourage others to follow what they love and step out of their comfort zone to live up to their true potential and talent!

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