1. Navy blue and white with pops of yellow
White is kept to a minimum for this colour combination and navy blue is left to take centre stage. Keep the atmosphere bright by incorporate pops of yellow via soft furnishings, furniture or trims.
2. Red and white
Red is traditionally kept to a minimum within the home sphere, however this daring colour will firmly secure your home into the ‘edgy’ style category and have guests commenting on your brave choice of colour.
3. Burnt orange white warm neutrals and pink
Burnt orange is a colour that can sometimes look a little retro, however when carefully paired with warm neutral colours or millennial pink it becomes an on-trend colour combination that makes a room feel warm and autumnal.
4. Port with dark timber and jewel tones
This rich hue can be dressed up with light and bright white for a feminine take or toned down with accents of dark timber and black for a room with a masculine touch.
5. Greys on greys with pops of blue
Although technically a monochrome palette, layering different shades of grey is a wonderful way to build texture within a room. Incorporate textured-finish paints on the walls, multiple types of quilting, furs and cushions on the furniture, then add a pop of blue here and there for an unexpected twist.
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens