Benjamin Moore Old Navy is a classic deep navy blue that creates an air of timeless luxury no matter where it is used. It’s the ideal dark blue for creating a cozy dining room or library, or an accent wall that shows off art and accessories. This pure navy paint color offers a crisp look for traditional cabinetry, window trim, or a front door.
With only the slightest hint of an indigo-purple undertone, Old Navy is a true navy blue that’s perfect for both traditional and modern interiors. Benjamin Moore Old Navy is part of Color Preview, a collection that excites and inspires by using deep, clear colors to create striking combinations.
Old Navy is probably the most reliable blue of all Benjamin Moore's navy blue shades. This highly pigmented blue paint retains its blue appearance; despite being a very dark shade of navy. It lacks the distinct gray undertones of the popular Hale Navy, and won’t turn green or teal in warm light. In some circumstances, it may show a flash of purplish-blue undertone, but that’s just a hint of the deep indigo roots that makes this paint color such a reliable, classic shade of navy.
Old Navy is a very dark navy blue that’s surprisingly versatile. If you’re looking for a mutable gray-blue, this isn’t the right shade for you. But if you want a true navy blue for cabinetry, bookshelves, walls, or trim, Old Navy is extremely versatile. Use this rich color as an accent wall around a modern fireplace, or an all-over color for a traditional master bedroom. This is a great choice for bold navy and white stripes too. Trim it in white or ivory to make traditional woodwork pop. Old Navy creates a cool, luxurious mood in darker rooms, and a crisp coziness when there’s plenty of natural light. This deep sea blue is an ideal companion for natural materials like wood and stone. Pair it with natural hues like Stonington Gray or October Mist, Benjamin Moore’s 2022 Color of the Year, for a timeless look. Old Navy is a popular exterior color for siding or woodwork and looks equally stylish on modern and traditional homes.
In this open-plan home, Old Navy ties the space together with a fireplace accent wall and a cozy navy blue dining room:
Bright white woodwork contrasts with Old Navy on the walls for a crisp, nautical look:
Paint Old Navy on an accent wall to make a statement in an off-white room. This versatile blue paint can work with both transitional-style homes and modern designs.
Painting both the walls and trim in Benjamin Moore Old Navy gives traditional architecture a stylish update:
A dark color like Old Navy helps a very small room feel less cramped by making edges and corners recede from view:
With plenty of natural light, this entry looks fresh and crisp with Old Navy on the walls and white trim:
A front door painted in Old Navy makes a handsome combination with the soft gray siding on this home:
A classic farmhouse exudes coastal cottage charm with Old Navy paint on the siding and bright white trim:
Want to see how Old Navy looks in your home before deciding if it’s the right color? Try our Paint Color Samples that are used by professional interior designers.
Once you’ve tested the color and are ready to order your paint, check out our Interior Paint Guide or Exterior Paint Guide to help you find the right sheen and product for your home, or buy it in our best-selling Benjamin Moore paint line today!
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If you like the saturated color and neutral look of Old Navy but it’s a bit too blue, try a sample of Benjamin Moore’s Hale Navy, which has gray undertones. For a softer shade of navy, check out Newburyport Blue.