Finding the right color combinations for your home interiors is always considered the Holy Grail of all renovation projects. Homeowners want to be as unique as possible, but also want to retain that classic look that never goes out of style. So today we’ve compiled a list of 5 stylish color combinations for you. Let’s take a look:
1. Rust and wood
Who says you can’t use two warm colors in the same space. Rust and wood are two of the most stylish colors/materials you can come across and you can definitely use them in the same space as long as you emulate some contrast on the side. In the case of the home office in this image, the contrast has been introduced in the form of the sky blue chair.
2. Blue and white
Blue and white is a timeless classic. This particular color combination can make any space look absolutely stunning and charismatic. From classy kitchens to stylish living rooms and even bedrooms, this color combo can infuse a sense of unfettered style, grace and trendiness in anything it is used in.
3. Green and browns
Green and brown is a combination taken straight out of nature’s own color palette, and emulating it in your homes is the best way to evoke a relaxing aura. You can use wooden textures to translate the brown and any shade or tint of green against them is going to look stunning.
4. Tea pink and white
Who doesn’t love a little tea pink and white? There’s such an understated dignity in this particular shade of pink, and it comes across so well in a number of different spaces. So whether you’re designing a baby nursery, a master bedroom or even a quirky dining area, you can always choose this particular combination to be the dominant one in any of these spaces.
5. Cloudy grey and blue
Blue and white are a requisite, but blue and grey? You must be sceptical, but the thing about all shades of blue is that they come across really well against any understated or neutral color. Your grey, on the other hand, needs to be selected depending on the shade of blue. If the blue is darker – say navy – then the grey needs to be lighter to create contrast and vice versa.