Would you put turquoise and bright green together in a room? Your first impression is perhaps not! too intense right? and what is all this about “blue and green must not be seen”, but sometimes it really can work, especially with the right choice of patterns and textures and with just enough white in the room to balance things out.
It does create a retro vibe leaning towards a kitsch element no matter what the style of the room or furniture.
Another retro vibe room this time incorporating more white and a touch of brown.
Color scheme for above image:
This vintage tub and eye-opening tilework reflect a retro spirit. Vivid green and turquoise subway tiles echo the color scheme of the rest of this beach house.
Color scheme for the bathroom above:
Fresh, clean and green, this dining room mixes traditional fretwork panels with up-to-the-minute shades of vibrant green and turquoise. If you wanted to warm up this room in winter or for a romantic evening meal, you could use coloured lightbulbs and candles to great effect.
Color scheme for the dining room above:
Proof that bold pattern can be wonderful as well as weird, this dense damask wallpaper creates a luxurious backdrop for a modern living room. Team up with clean white furniture and plain fabrics.
Living room color scheme:
The modern shape of a sleek corner sofa, along with the vibrant turquoise and moss green colours, brings a fresh look to this living room. Floral print cushions complement the natural colours, but with a black backdrop, they add a contemporary aspect.
Predominating color scheme for the living room above:
Modern lines in the kitchen given a retro mood with the color choice.
The color scheme for the cabinets in the kitchen above interacts with the stainless steel throughout the kitchen by toning down turquoise and vivid greens with black paint to create darker and moodier variations: