Foggy dew is instantly evocative of a foggy morning on a New England beach. Depending on which source you use, foggy dew is light blue in color with undertones of gray or gray in color with hints of blue. Regardless of which source you take the color from, foggy dew is transparent and works best when used as undertones throughout a space. It provides a soothing element wherever it appears. When trying to determine with which colors to pair your foggy dew paint, furniture, or accents, think back to the beach scene the color brings to mind. What other colors do you see? Chances are you see sands, golds, birch, light pinks, as well as tender and cool greens. Use these colors throughout your space to create a natural, relaxing, and inviting space. Because the color is one that appears in nature, you cannot go wrong by incorporating any natural hues or elements into a foggy dew space. Emerald greens, navy blues, and deep browns have the potential to shine in a space that is predominantly foggy dew in color. Black onyx and white can also work with the color to achieve a more modern and sophisticated vibe. The color is best used in spaces you want to feel warm and inviting. Think bedrooms, living rooms, sitting rooms, and even libraries.