Looking for a perfect color tone for your summer projects? We’ve got you covered with Fusion Mineral Paint Laurentian!

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Fusion Mineral Paint Laurentian: for your robin’s egg blue projects

Laurentian is the ideal robin’s egg blue for your projects and crafts that need just the right shade of blue. Even better, it’s a beautiful way to experience the summer season in your home. Bold but versatile, Laurentian goes with plenty of other colors to fit all your decor needs. 

Some Laurentian projects

To give you an idea of how Laurentian works for different projects and crafts, we’ve gathered a few pieces by other people who are enjoying this beautiful color in their homes. Ideally, these will serve as inspiration for your home as well! 

Side table

This table got a true makeover with Fusion Mineral Paint Laurentian. A little plain and boring before, it’s become a truly exciting piece after a coat of this beautiful blue. As you can see, it goes with several other colors, like green, light pink, and silver. 

Laurentian dresser

Laurentian is also a great color for a dresser. It’s a great piece for a kid’s room, a guest room, or just a regular bedroom. Notably, this color doesn’t just go with lighter colors like silver and green: it also goes with bright pink, like the example we’ve featured above. Obviously, bright colors are just one more way to make Laurentian look its best in your home. 

Decorative toolbox

This decorative toolbox couldn’t embody the summer season more than it does with a coat of Laurentian. It’s a beautiful addition to any vintage or shabby chic interior home design, or an outdoor garden if you’re looking to decorate outside. Either way, it’s definitely a craft that’s worth your time.

What colors can you use with Laurentian?

So, how do you create the perfect color combinations for Laurentian? Any one of these colors can help you do just that. 

Pale blue and dark blue shades 

Most shades of blue will go with Laurentian: pale blue and dark blue shades are both an option. 

Shades of blue colored walls and door

Pale blue

Pale blue is similar to Laurentian, but not so similar that the two colors clash. Instead, they go very well together. Ideally, you should combine these two colors to create a quaint, delicate combination that would go well in any room of the home. 

Dark blue

Combined with Laurentian, dark blue creates a more moody feel than a light blue and Laurentian piece. Additionally, it makes Laurentian a little less superficial and more serious for a more formal piece. 

Green and red

Not surprisingly, both green and red are good combination colors for Laurentian.

Succulents with green, red, and purple hues


Robin’s egg blue has slight green undertones, which means that Laurentian will go great with many shades of green. In particular, the dark shade of green we’ve featured above is a great addition to a Laurentian piece. 


Put a little color in your Laurentian piece with some red tones! If you’re looking for a more festive combination, this one is the way to go. 

Neutral tones: brown and white

Of course, there are at least two neutral tones that go with Laurentian: brown and white. 

Blue and neutral colored eggs


Brown and Laurentian create a classic combination that never gets old. When you need a combo to use anywhere, anytime, these two colors definitely take the cake. In addition, brown is such an easy shade to bring into your colorful projects: so, don’t miss this easy opportunity to make your Laurentian pieces look their best. 


For a simply refreshing take on your project, use white alongside Laurentian! Fusion Mineral Paint Picket Fence, a bright white tone, is a good choice for these types of projects. Like brown, white is such an easy color to use that it’s hard to pass up the opportunity. 

Laurentian is the blue tone you’ll love this summer

Don’t miss the chance to use Fusion Mineral Paint Laurentian this summer! We think it’ll revolutionize your seasonal decor and hopefully make your home a more colorful place, both inside and out. Fusion Mineral Paint Inglenook, a gorgeous shade of blue-gray, is another color to add to your palette this summer season: even better, you can use it alongside Laurentian as well. Enjoy putting these colors together in your home for a colorful summer season! 

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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