1. Moss Green + Tan + White
For nature lovers, there’s no combination as perfect as moss green, tan, and white. Natural textured fabrics like linen, burlap, hemp, etc., are brilliant complements to this palette. You can further dramatize this combo by adding nature-inspired artwork. The Sherwin Williams moss green has been a cult favorite for a good reason. This rich, delicate, and classy combination is here to stay.
2. Gray + Sand + Blue Look no further if you are looking for a nautical or coastal vibe that’s not done to death. The grouping of blue, sand, and a touch of gray is refreshingly beach-like. This palette is instrumental in designing interiors that have a sophisticated, modern, yet easygoing air. The dining room and living room can seem welcoming when donned in this palette.
3. Hunter Green + Red Not for the weak of heart, this is a recipe for a chic masterpiece if used well. It lends any room young and vibrant energy. When paired with the correct furnishings, you can expect to be blown away by its discernable old-world charm.
4. White + Pops of Color White paint is literally the blank canvas on which your imagination can run wild! Pops of color in the form of a mural, abstract shapes, or artwork can adorn this canvas. Every element gets highlighted and showcased in white. However, overuse of this theme may get chaotic if crowded with details. Master bedrooms, or any bedroom for that matter can be personalized with this approach.
5. Blue + Neon An unconventional and jarring color choice that’ll make your space look exuberant and punk. Neons can garnish any old corner and immediately make them the focal point with zero effort. Think accent walls in the bar areas or balconies with a mystic, overgrown vibe highlighted by this color combination.
6. Light Blue + Emerald Softer shades of blue paint with the opulence of emerald green is pure elegance! The Benjamin Moore Emerald Isle has been a long-time favorite of designers. These room colors give off a serene albeit confident trail. They can be comfortably used to adorn cabinetry too.
7. Blue + Grass Green Splitting the walls with two cool tones like blue-green makes it seem smart and sharp. How you create the sectionals in the room with the two hues will depend on the size of the room and the amount of light it receives.
8. Blue + Beige You must have guessed by now that blue plays a pivotal role in most color combinations. Blue is a color that offers wings to the mind, while beige keeps the feet firmly planted on the ground. This combination is best for formal settings like the living room, home office, or study.
9. Gray + Brown Opt for rigidly neutral colors like gray and brown for highly intense focal points. This combination works best when you want to highlight a brass or bronze statement piece of artwork.
10. Black + Red It pays to be brave! The drama unfolds in oodles when there is a medley of red and black. This combination packs a punch and is perfect for focal points in dens, parlor rooms, hallways, and stairways. It envelopes the room and its inhabitants with a ferocity that cannot be tolerated by all!
11. Gray-Green + White + Black To incorporate nature into the interiors more formally and subtly, go for the contemporary gray-green, white, and black combo. While grayish-green and white add a smidgen of crispness to the room, black anchors the rest of the elements.
12. Blue + Gray + Taupe Colors in a room can largely influence our mood. Universally, shades like gray and blue are restful, while taupe is a warm color with a cocooning effect.
13. Black + Navy It is a common misconception that neutral shades are boring and monotonous. Two heavy hues such as black and navy can be combined to create a sumptuous stately appearance. A classic for masculine energy, these go well in dens, master bedrooms, and even kitchens.
14. Emerald + Tan Jewel tones like emerald can be burnished in a glossy finish. They bounce light around and instantly lift spirits. Add to it the earthiness of tan, and you have a room makeover! As a bonus, let the color seep onto the soft furnishings in plush textures like velvet.
15. Forest Green + Light Gray When paired with a buoyant hue like light gray, vibrant colors such as forest green become perfect options for wall paint in open areas. The kitchen is best suited for these interior paint colors with cabinets in darker shades complementing lighter walls. Add to it some vintage fixtures and lights, and you are golden!
16. Yellow + Gray Yellow is the most stimulating wall color on the color wheel. The happy-go-lucky yellow seem mysterious when paired with a moodier subtle gray. This combination feels fresh and can work wonders in nurseries and playrooms as well as the living room or breakfast nook.
17. Pink + Green Have you ever wondered what happens if we take two deep colors and blend them together? The combination of pink with green immediately impresses and can breathe new life into a bedroom or living room. The vibrancy and warmth of pink pop out against the natural aspects of green, much like cherry blossoms, making the room seem more lively and it is summer all around the year.
18. Blush Pink + Black One more modern practice is pairing a dark color with a pastel shade, e.g., the soft Pink Cup from Farrow & Ball and black. The warm playfulness of pink is comforting and flattering, while the dark contrast of black is the missing touch of suave.
19. Black + White Classic black and white are the favorite colors in interior design color schemes for ages. No matter how you use it, this combination seldom goes wrong. You can use either color on the walls and furnish the room with the other or add them in radial patterns around the room to create vibration and rhythm.
20. Blue + White Depending on the interior style, blue and white can play the roles of modern and elegant as well as carry rustic DIY and plain on its shoulders. One of the most straightforward combinations to use, it is an evergreen merger.