Sargasso by Jinny Blom



Sargasso is liminal colour. Much like the eponymous sea after which it is named that is neither terra firma nor water, it doesn’t force a specific hue. Rather it blends various colours into a soft grey with a subtle ultraviolet warmth. It can be usefully used as a background colour in place of white on walls and doors, outbuildings and window frames.

Sargasso art

Louis Marcoussis, ‘Figures on a Beach’, 1930.