5 Inspiring Living Room Colour Duos

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A well styled living room can help you relax after a long day at work. The key to creating a living room that looks inviting, but also holds it’s style is choosing a duo colour scheme. Not only does it create a calm environment, it’s an achievable look because it relies on the 2 colours to bring the room together. We’ve found 5 inspiring Living Room Colour Duos you might like to draw inspiration from if you are looking to change your living space for winter 2016.

living room colour duos

Pink and Copper

pink and copper colour duo
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This has been a popular trend over the last year or so and it won’t be going soon with Pantone’s announcement of Rose Quartz being the colour of the year for 2016. Copper homewares are still trending on the homewares front. If you want to choose something a little different, purchase copper furniture to match in with your pink sofa.

Monochrome

black and white interior
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By far the most popular colour duo for fashion and interiors. Black and white living rooms can look chic and offer a modern interior to entertain and chill out in.

Green and Orange

green and orange colour duo
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This trend is definitely not one for the faint hearted. Choose deep greens and bright orange to make a visual impact for the living space. If you love surprises in your interiors, this colour scheme is the one for you.

Navy and Teal

navy and teal interiors
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This is a moody duo that works well in big spaces. Darker walls can make a room look smaller. Despite the moodiness of the room, the navy and teal create a rich and indulgent living space.

Brown and Grey

brown and grey interiors
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An alternative to neutrals, brown and grey can create a calming space that is on trend and tranquil. This colour duo is the perfect base for a coastal or tribal style interior.

colour wheel
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If you want to avoid trends, but sill like the duo colour concept, look at a colour wheel. For a calm space, choose two colours that are side by side on the wheel. For a high-impact look, choose two colours that are opposite each other on the wheel.

What colours have you incorporated in your home?

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