5 Colour Combinations For Walls That Make Sense
Combining two wall colours gives a room an additional depth that can seldom be achieved by a single colour. Two wall colours with their own aesthetics and characteristics come together to lift up a living space giving more layers to its beauty. Some wall colour combinations seem to be complete misfits on paper, but when they come together in real life, the results are unexpectedly magical.
Here are a few wall colour combinations that seem to be at odds at first but make complete sense when used together in a room.
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CREAMY CRUST (COLOUR CODE : 9514) AND OLD LACE (COLOUR CODE : 0950)
These are two light shades that belong to different colour families. Yet, when used together, they bring an airiness to the room that lights it up. Old Lace opens up the room whereas, Creamy Crust gives it an anchoring element. It is an accommodating combination which even allows for bright, primary splashes of colour in furniture and furnishings, especially if it is the kids’ rooms.
AQUARIUM BLUE (COLOUR CODE : 9225) AND GRAPE (COLOUR CODE : 7199)
What happens when two playful colours come together? More fun of course. This is a potent combination
VOILA (COLOUR CODE : 9118) AND SCENIC BEAUTY (COLOUR CODE : 9570)
This is a classic dark-light combination. These are modern colours which can give a room an ethnic touch with the right kind of furniture and furnishings. The dusky Scenic Beauty is the perfect balance for the bright Voila. Some heavy, dark-coloured furniture will give the room a chic ethnic look. Light curtains and furnishings will only add to the look.
SOBER PINK (COLOUR CODE : 9561) AND GREY BUCK (COLOUR CODE : 8482)
Pink and grey seem to be an odd combination, at least on paper. But these colours together, make a combination that is surprisingly romantic. Sober Pink sets the romantic mood and Grey Buck provides a stable base for the whole package. Light furniture and sheer drapes will further enhance the mood. Some light-coloured accents will complete the look.
STEEL (COLOUR CODE : 6142) AND RAW JUTE (COLOUR CODE : L151)
To everyone hearing these names for the first time, these shades sound industrial by their names. But, these colour shades are a big, pleasant surprise. These two come together to form a classy combination that is sophisticated to the hilt! A mix of black and light-coloured furniture and furnishings with this colour combination will be extremely difficult to beat on the scale of sophistication.