Want to use Disney’s Go Away Green color in your home? Here’s how this magical color works and a ton of color match ideas!
Have you ever wanted to make something disappear? I can’t teach you magic, but I can teach you the magic of paint colors!
Go Away Green and Blending Blue are two colors that are all over Disney World and their other theme parks. But, you might never notice them!
That’s because they are specifically designed to make things disappear within plain sight.
Basically, they want everything in their parks to feel magical. But, it’s not magic – it’s a real place. There are some infrastructure type things that are necessary but not cute.
- trash cans
- construction sites
- backside of buildings
- administrative buildings
- staff entrances and tunnels
- utility boxes
Enter: Go Away Green + Blending Blue.
These paint colors are used to paint things to make them blend into the background and disappear to the eye.
And sure, they aren’t invisibility cloaks. But, with some many beautiful and exciting focal points for your eye to set on, things painted these colors really do just seem to disappear.
Let’s talk about Go Away Green specifically and if you might be able to use it on your property!
Go Away Green Disney Paint Color
Go Away Green is a bland green color designed to blend in with various trees, bushes and foliage. The idea is that you won’t even notice it amongst the actual beautiful things around you.
Go Away Green Hex Code
There is no one hex code for Go Away Green, since they actually use a few different shades of gray-greens! You can check out the similar colors below, pick one that best blends with your space, and pull the hex color for that!
Similar paint colors to Go Away Green
Sadly, Disney doesn’t sell their paint! However, here are some close green-gray color matches.
- Benjamin Moore Aganthus Green
- Glidden Pale Jade
- Olympic Misty Meadow
- Behr Potting Shed
- Behr Whitewater Gray
- Sherwin Williams Hazel Gaze
- Sherwin Williams Agate Green
- Behr Gallery Green
- Benjamin Moore Spice Garden
- Glidden Cooking Apple Green
- Farrow & Ball Relish
- Pear Cactus PPG Paints
Remember, you want a color to blend into your actual surroundings – so pick something slightly greener or grayer, depending on what you are blending with!
Still not sure what paint color to choose?
My Paint Color Formula ebook walks you through the painless process of expertly testing paint swatches to ensure you have the perfect color for your home.