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11 Wonderfully Weird Color Combos that Work
It’s no secret that here at Apartment Therapy, we love color. And we love to see interiors that mix things up a little, rooms where people have paired colors that you might not usually see together. Here are 11 such spaces to surprise and inspire. From Elle Decoration: Mauve, mint, and a sage green that’s alllmost grey. From Inside Closet: Navy and pale pink.
Exclusive First Look at Haymes 2015 Colour Forecast. (Yellowtrace)
Exclusive First Look at Haymes 2015 Colour Forecast., a design post from the blog Yellowtrace, written by Bloglover on Bloglovin’
Copy Cat Chic Room Redo | Moody Floral Bedroom - copycatchic
This gorgeous moody pink and teal bedroom gets recreated for less by copycatchic luxe living for less budget home decor and design room redo
Could This Be the Color of 2015?
In Pantone’s recently published Fashion Color Report, they’re reporting “a move toward the cooler and softer side of the color spectrum.” The biggest note in the Spring 2015 fashion palette: Nature-like neutrals. And guess what? Earth-inspired hues look great at home, too. We’re seeing this particular color pop up everywhere lately. That’s right: Olive Green. It’s warm and organic. Modern and vintage at the same time. And the best part about olive green?
The Scandinavian Bohemian-Chic Home of Interior Designer Amelia Widell - Nordic Design
Hands down one of the most well-executed and inspiring bohemian chic style I've seen in a while.
Crisp Color Combo: Deep Green + Pale Gray
In planning my new dining room, one color combination that has come to mind is deep green and pale gray. Together they create a calm and natural feel, but variations can lend a little more life or mood to a space.In Images 3 and 4, the pairing of charcoal gray and a darker green makes for rich and dramatic rooms. Images 1 and 8 show the peaceful possibilities of the color combination, while the introduction of chartreuse mixes things up (Images 6 and 10).