other color duos if you’re sick of serenity
we love pantone's colors of the year, but let's not forget other beloved shades.
Published Feb 14, 2016 8:00 PM
Forget rose gold, blush and grey combine together to create a peaceful setting in your home.
Really into the 90s-era Caboodle color scheme happening here. We don’t see it often and it takes a bold homeowner to pull it off, but so refreshing in a world of whitewashed walls.
The black and copper shades in this room combine to create a bold pairing — perfect for an industrial decor-focused home.
The dark blue steals the show in this color pairing, but that doesn’t mean the neutral tan is overlooked. Definitely getting a beach house vibe from this one.
Another major blush and gray moment, there’s something both calming and motivating about these colors together.
The kitchen is perhaps the best place to play with two tones. Lower cabinets can play host to endless color options when the top half of the kitchen is white. Learn more about this space here.
Perhaps not the most practical choice, you can’t deny that this is pretty fun.
Purple and gray and silver, oh my! The combination of a rich purple couch with a dark gray wall is striking, but the demure silver pillows (and surrounding white accessories) help soften the overall look.
There is absolutely no reason to be afraid of painting with a bright green shade. The addition of copper accents and stark white countertops makes the cabinet color look sophisticated, not overwhelming.
This color duo’s mantra is “the darker the better.” The deep browns and blues create a sultry spot to sit.
Soft lavender and baby pink create a sweet, welcoming space that plays well with an abundance of natural light.