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5 Color Combinations That Fit In All Rooms!

5 Color Combinations That Fit In All Rooms!

 

These modern and smart painting color combinations fit into all areas of your home and challenge you to dare them!

Does your home need a change? What’s easier and cheaper than changing the color of your walls, furniture and decorations (the last two of course in moderation). And because the idea of ​​choosing new colors may seem like a mountain, we suggest 5 fresh and modern ideas that will make you put aside the color charts and get… work. The good news: these color combinations not only break away from the trivial but will illuminate and give a special style to any room of your home.

 

Timeless and all-season, the combination of blue-green with light brown is perfect for your dining room

Dark blue-green, Cognac Brown are two rich and luxurious colors always work perfectly together. The mixture of blue and green in combination with the slightly yellowish brown color of cognac highlights and complements the earthy shades of your furniture and decorative accessories. In addition, this combination gives a sophisticated style to areas dominated by white and gray shades. Do not be afraid to take advantage of these neutral shades and play freely with the textures, fabrics and frames with which you will decorate your space.

 

Orange, brown and green will bring autumn and spring to your living room

Orange, Brown and Green Coffee creates the ideal background for the two different but equally intense and chic shades. Dark orange, after all, is an extremely special color which, however, stands out exceptionally together with furniture in brown shades.

And to give your space in New Jersey a more summery touch, dare to combine the above shades with the always happy and elegant green.

 

Dark blue and brown are one of the most classic and timeless combinations

Navy blue, White and Dark Brown is a classic combination for your seaside cottage – and not only: dark blue and brown create a strong and interesting contrast which, however, creates the right decorative conditions to highlight the furniture and accessories of any space.

If white looks too… boring, dare to replace it with luxurious and bright colors such as gold, copper and silver to make your space more bright, fresh and modern.

 

The emerald wooden floor gives extra points of originality and elegance to a dream kitchen

Emerald and Mint Green is a passe -par-tout color. Why do we say that? Its -literally- countless shades match perfectly with most colors. However, we are (almost) sure that until now you had not thought to combine the luxurious emerald green with the sweet mint green!

These two special shades create an interesting pair that goes beyond the ordinary and breaks any record of elegance. If, however, you are afraid of monochrome and want to create a super bright space with special energy, all you have to do is combine these two colors with white and black.

 

Gray shades of brown, purple and sweet sugar are a super classy combination

 

These dreamy colors will give your space a relaxing and welcoming style, especially if you do not like bright and vibrant colors. To give your space a dramatic style and highlight this soft and discreet color palette, play with the size of the furniture and accessories with which you will decorate it super elegant and aristocratic.

 

Yellow and green painting will give a retro and happy tone

The glorious 70s are back and you can welcome them into your home with this impressive combination. Although intense and equally vivid, these two colors work so well with each other since they are complementary in nature. Apart from the unique color contrast that they create, the bright yellow matches perfectly with the darker shades of green, giving depth to your space. And if you are afraid of the retro nature of this paint combination all you have to do is avoid rugs, throws and curtains with colorful patterns.

 

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