Vibrant pairings to add plenty of personality to your space
Red and white
While red is one of the strongest colours you can pick for your home, contrasting it with white helps to tone down the overall look. Even in the bedroom, this combination can be quite elegant and rather rejuvenating—something you probably wouldn’t expect with such a vibrant shade!
Orange and purple
These two shades complement each other particularly well, resulting in an eye-pleasing look. If you want to take things even further for that extra kick, consider lending texture to one of the two hues.
Teal and pink
One of the most underrated colours in interior design, pink is incredibly versatile and pairs well with a host of other shades. Combining it with teal and other blue tones has got to be one of our favourite applications, resulting in an uplifting environment that always looks fresh and welcoming.
Black and yellow
Nothing stands out quite as much as yellow against a dark shade like grey or black. The dark hue keeps the space intriguing while the splash of yellow helps to lift the colour scheme and liven up the room.
White and dark blue
Worried that zingy colour combinations will make your home too energetic and take away from relaxing areas? Opting for a dark blue shade and some white accents is guaranteed to provide all of the relaxation you need while still making for an inspiring space.
Blue and red
This age-old combination is ideal if you’re looking to make your space truly unforgettable. Consider blue subway tiles for your kitchen walls and red cabinets or countertops for the rest of the room. Alternatively, red appliances, such as ovens and kettles, are fairly easy to come by and help to take the boldness down a notch.
Yellow and blue
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