Use two contrasting colors to makes walls stand out
David Wakely

Choose a Key Color

It doesn't take many colors to energize a room; good use of one or two can do the trick.

Pick a dominant hue you can repeat in accessories. The lavendar wall here is the keynote, picked up by the "Concord Blue" plant on the night table. The framed print reinforces the color, giving both the print and wall more impact. A butter yellow wall softens the power of the bold purple.

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