Christmas 2014 - Farrow & Ball Wall: Hague Blue No.30 Estate Emulsion     Skirting: Manor House Gray No.265 Estate Eggshell      Ceiling: Strong White No.2001 Estate Emulsion

Christmas 2014 - Farrow & Ball Wall: Hague Blue No.30 Estate Emulsion Skirting: Manor House Gray No.265 Estate Eggshell Ceiling: Strong White No.2001 Estate Emulsion

Dark teal wood panelled walls with bright orange ceiling and chandelier. Accents of gold and green. Bright and warm.

Learning More About Tangerine Tango, Pantone's Color of the Year: An Interview With Leatrice Eiseman

Dark teal wood panelled walls with bright orange ceiling and chandelier. Accents of gold and green. Bright and warm.

pale pink wall + bright pillows #decor #salasdeestar #styling

Saying Goodbye To No.11: Tour Mr. Bazaar's Home

Stiffkey Blue (Farrow & Ball) - not on all the walls but a really lovely colour,  art work would stand out on it.

Stiffkey Blue (Farrow & Ball) - not on all the walls but a really lovely colour, art work would stand out on it.

Ranarp Ikea Wall Light Valspar Deep Shadow Dark Blue walls similar to Farrow and Ball Hague Blue and Stiffkey Blue

Ranarp Ikea Wall Light Valspar Deep Shadow Dark Blue walls similar to Farrow and Ball Hague Blue and Stiffkey Blue

I really like dark grey with yellow/other bright colours.  Wouldn't put it on the walls but maybe a dark grey sofa with bright cushions?

Stylish greys - home trends

I really like dark grey with yellow/other bright colours. Wouldn't put it on the walls but maybe a dark grey sofa with bright cushions?

a grey interior is the perfect backdrop to set off a pop colour!

Mad About ... New Colours from Farrow & Ball

Why it works: Fluorescent colors are a tough sell. A few years ago we went through a phase where fluorescent colors in mostly-white spaces were a big thing, but they were really big, and now I think that reads a bit dated. But here, the blue walls sort of blend with the black trim, which makes a nice counterbalance to the door. The darker colors keep the yellow from being gimmicky and unserious. And it helps, as always, that the blue's a bit more subdued.

11 Delightfully Unusual Color Combinations (Plus the Reasons Why They Work)

Why it works: Fluorescent colors are a tough sell. A few years ago we went through a phase where fluorescent colors in mostly-white spaces were a big thing, but they were really big, and now I think that reads a bit dated. But here, the blue walls sort of blend with the black trim, which makes a nice counterbalance to the door. The darker colors keep the yellow from being gimmicky and unserious. And it helps, as always, that the blue's a bit more subdued.

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