Orange & Teal
The holidays are all about indulgence and there’s something really decadent about orange and teal together. They’re also somewhat opposite one another on the color wheel which is why this delicious pairing works so well.
Ivory, Gray & Spruce Green
Nature’s a pro at creating beautiful color palettes. This slightly earthy combo works well together thanks to its natural simplicity. Keep ornaments, gift wrap and décor in shades of ivory and gray, and let your tree and garlands shine.
Red, White & Taupe
It’s amazing how you can modernize a traditional palette by tweaking one color. The red, now a lighter, slightly rosier shade, instantly gives this combo a trendier, more feminine feel. If your furniture is primarily neutral, this is a MUST try.
Chartreuse, Gold & White
We love this combination for its versatility. The white and gold are seasonal classics, so chances are you already have décor to work with in these hues. The chartreuse is a clever addition that gives it a fresh, perky vibe.
A cool color palette of grays and light blues creates a relaxing environment in this master bedroom, which features a wallpapered accent wall, faux-fur pillows and a pair of midcentury modern nightstands.
Shades of beige, tan and gray combine in this contemporary bedroom for a lovely all-neutral color palette. The velour upholstered bed is a standout piece, making a stylish statement in the small space.
Contemporary artwork and sleek lines pair with classic touches like a traditional faucet and plantation shutters for a transitional design in this remodeled bathroom. A soothing color palette of soft blues and white creates a calm, relaxed atmosphere.
A pink and purple floral-patterned tufted bench sets the romantic color palette for this master bedroom. The colors are repeated in the bed curtains, while a throw pillow on the bed uses the same fabric as the bench.
In this transitional design, Hilary, from HGTV's hit show Love It or List It, expertly blends elements of a traditional room, such as this luxurious four poster bed and dark wood foot stool with leather cushion, with a more contemporary color palette to make this space both elegant and inviting.
These young homeowners love to travel, so designers used the couple's travel as the inspiration for the colors and details of their home. The bold golds and reds used to accent the otherwise neutral color palette nod to an Indian or a Moroccan style, while the details, such as the piece of coral and the amethyst geode photographed here bring the couple's love for global galavanting to focus in the design of their home.