Acapulco Blue combines the calm of blue, the freshness of green, and channels the vastness of both the sea and sky.
Teal is often considered to be a form of blue which, interestingly enough, was one of the last colors to be described in history. Beforehand, the Greeks referred to the ocean as “wine-dark” which is appropriate for the richness of this teal.
Teal’s namesake is the common teal duck whose blue-green feathers inspired the use of the color in both uniforms and mid-20th century interior design. The year 1917 was the first time the English used the word “teal” to describe the color.
Acuapulco is a complex color that brings a rich tranquil elegance to any space.