Read the Legend, buy hand-painted samples. Haint Blue. Porch Ceiling Blue. Charleston Haint Blue. Charleston Shutter Dark Green. Savannah Haint Blue. Ohio Haint Blue

Haint Blue - Mysterious and Elusive Paint Color

{Southern Tradition} How to Add Haint Blue Porch Ceiling - Southern State of Mind

{Southern Tradition} How to Add Haint Blue Porch Ceiling

{Southern Tradition} How to Add Haint Blue Porch Ceiling - Southern State of Mind -like rain washed and palladian blue

A Charleston porch. The blue ceiling is a tradition that " keeps evil spirits away from one's door" !

White and blue covered patio features a blue beadboard ceiling accented with a rope and salvaged wood swinging sofa lined with blue pillows facing a pair of seagrass chairs painted blue.

If you’ve ever driven deep into Lowcountry – where the spanish moss practically drips off trees and sweet tea on the front porch is a past time, then you’ve probably seen a porch ceiling that was painted blue. Haint Blue. #SCLowcountry #Gullah

If you've ever driven deep into Lowcountry - where the spanish moss practically drips off trees and sweet tea on the front porch is a past time, you've probably seen a porch ceiling that was painted Haint Blue

Haint Blue Porch Ceiling Paint Colors

{Southern Tradition} How to Add Haint Blue Porch Ceiling

Atmospheric or palladium blue - perfect {Southern Tradition} How to Add Haint Blue Porch Ceiling - Southern State of Mind

Haint Blue by Sherwin Williams. If you’re a true southerner you may already be familiar with the tradition of painting a porch ceiling a “Haint Blue.” It is said that doing this keeps away evil spirits. It also is supposed to keep away annoying mosquitoes since they mistake it for the sky!

Haint Blue SW** In the south--- painting a porch ceiling a “Haint Blue keeps away evil spirits, may also keep away annoying mosquitoes ; they mistake it for the sky!

The Whys Behind the Blue Porch Ceiling - Sherwin-Williams

The Whys Behind the Blue Porch Ceiling - Sherwin-Williams

beautiful square columns...built by J Hand Homes, with Haint Blue porch ceiling, stained antique wood front door with transom, and Bevolo French Quarter style gas lantern

built by J Hand Homes, with Haint Blue porch ceiling, stained antique wood front door with transom, and Bevolo French Quarter style gas lantern

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