Blue Spruce also comes in glove forms under names such as Montgomery and Globosa. These little gems only get three to six feet wide and tall and can fill a bland little niche in your landscape. Care must be taken to prune out any leaders that grow straight up or the globe shape will be lost.
One of the best colors to compliment your blue spruce are the many shades of yellow. There are forms of golden Arborvitae and Chamaecyparis that give not only color but texture variation as well as they have finer, thread-like foliage that contrasts nicely with the heavy needles of the blue spruce. Both of these also come in upright and more globe forms so they can offer contrast in shape as well. These can also be used alone in the landscape and fill most of the same positions as the blue spruce would.