Oh so many beautiful colours to choose from, so many exciting colour combinations. Which to choose, which combination do we desire? Amelia moved house last year and this is her favourite activity – drooling over interior colour palette combinations, so we thought we would bring you a selection of her favourite combo’s just to whet your appetite.
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First up is yellow and black. A daring duo but if done well it’s a clean, refreshing mix that’s sophisticated and elegant. Mainly black and white with splashes of yellow for zing, and gold accessories to contrast the black and add sparkle.
Image credit and wallpaper: Woodchip & Magnolia
Amelia’s Bathroom Renovation (Audenza co-founder)
You can’t possibly go wrong with pink and green. It’s a timeless colour combo that is restful and harmonious, and always feels like you are bringing the outside in. One of my favourites for that very reason. Soft and subtle, or full on colour saturation, it’s always going to work.
Image credit: Hotel Particulier Montmartre
I always think of a red, black and green colour combination as being grown up, and it reminds me of studies or snugs. Warm, cosy end enveloping, but also dignified and distinguished.
Image credit: Yvonne Wilhelmsen
Pink and grey together can be quite sombre and with a vintage vibe, but with a touch of the romantic. But add that dazzle of yellow and you have a striking and modern colour combo that can’t be ignored.
A striking ‘look at me’ colour combo that can’t be ignored. This is Amelia’s sitting room in her previous house and still a favourite. It’s essential pink and green with a dash of mustard yellow. Can’t go wrong!
Image credit and wallpaper: Cole & Son
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Black and white, with the addition of pink is a restful harmonious scheme that never fails. If pink is your favourite colour but you don’t want it to look too feminine, then the black and white sharpens it up for a more considered design.
Green and mustard yellow has the same inside outside feel as pink and green, but a sharper less feminine combination. Always harmonious whether you go light or dark.
Pink and teal is essentially a swankier version of pink and green – more chic shall we say. Less soft and more snappy. Perfect for this swish bar.
Pink, green and yellow has always been one of my favourite interior colour palette combinations. I’ve tried to deviate over the years and broaden my horizons but in my latest home revamp I’ve reverted to type and feel so much more in tune with my home. Do you have a favourite interior colour combination you find you are drawn to time and again, despite all the choices out there? Plenty to choose from there – what do you think?
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