Changing the colour of a room can have a hugely transformative effect on your mood, not to mention how the space looks and feels. Yet finding the best colours to decorate with can be daunting when there's so much to chose from, and matching shades together can be much more difficult than it sounds. For anyone contemplating a bit of Spring decorating, we've selected our favourite colours that go together like a match made in (design) heaven.
1.Orange & Duck Egg Blue
Orange and blue- the colours of desert sunsets and amazing seascapes, inspire a gorgeous Moroccan style decor reflecting a blend of Arabic, African and European cultures. Pairing them together in the home creates a look that's not only refined and exotic, but also bold and relaxing.
2. Soft Blush & Grey
Soft Blush has become a hit in home decor recently, especially since men have become bolder experimenting with typically feminine colours. This muted shade of pink can be found easily in nature, so it looks subtle and chic when paired with neutral colours like grey and natural textures like wood. So well do these shades blend together that Farrow & Ball have released a grey pink shade, Peignoir No.286 as part of their new pallet collection for 2016.
3.Grey & Navy
Sleek and sophisticated, grey works well with just about any colour, so if you want to work your greys with something a little less feminine than pink, navy is a great choice. Blending nautical, neutral hues like navy and grey can have a really tranquillising effect on your interior, brining calm and repose to any room.
Pastels play together surprisingly well - the ocean’s light blues, a sunset’s soft pinks, subtle sunshine yellows- they just seem to belong together. Adding pops of pastel to your interior using cushions, throws and home accessories is this spring's solution to creating a warm ambiance in your interior.
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5.White and Cream
Your home should be your sanctuary, and what better way to create luxe living than by decorating with white and creams? These colours are perennially chic, and rejuvenate your home into a palace of sheer luxury when blended together with hints of brass and gold.