When you are trying to pair colors within any given space, it can be difficult knowing how well these colors work together. Sometimes just finding 2 colors that you love together can make everything else fall into place. These 6 wonderful paint pairings are guaranteed to work, you just have to find the extra pieces that work for you specifically.
In fact I went ahead and found some of these pieces that contain these exact colors. I’ve done all of the hard work. Now all you have to do is pick your favorite of these wonderful color pairings, and then do a little shopping. Enjoy.
Combination 1, Taupe and Teal
This combination is very soothing and makes for great colors in a bedroom or living room. It’s a wonderful color scheme for those who love that beach feel, or want a little bit of serenity in their lives.
Paint: Benjamin Moore – ‘Mountain Laurel’
Benjamin Moore – ‘Baffin Island’
This is a much more bold color combination and would work in an office, combined with a lot of white. Or in a family room that needs a burst of fun colors.
Paint: Benjamin Moore – ‘Dorset Gold’
Benjamin Moore – ‘Eggplant’
This navy and gray duo is classic. It’s a masculine scheme and would look great in a bedroom or office. It would look even more amazing with some natural wood features.
Paint: Benjamin Moore – ‘Cape May Cobbler’
Benjamin Moore – ‘Old Navy’
This is a little more feminine and would work for a bedroom or communal living room space. It can be much less feminine depending on how you use this rosy pink color. A little goes a long way.
If you’re looking for some new pieces for your bedroom, Anthropologie has this soft duvet and throw pillow.
Paint: Benjamin Moore – ‘Santa Fe Pottery’
Benjamin Moore – ‘Blue Danube’
My favorite color pairing will always be orange and blue. If your bathroom needs an upgrade, than this combination will look spectacular. It works very well in a mid-century modern setting.
If you’re looking for something to add to your bathroom, well can I just say this Orange Shower Curtain from Thomas Paul, and this beautiful teal bath mat fromRug Studio look pretty incredible together.
Paint: Benjamin Moore – ‘Pumpkin Pie’
Benjamin Moore – ‘Pacific Sea Teal’
This is such a great retro combination. I think it works for just about any room, and it all depends on how you use that green color. Maybe something to spice up that dull dining room?
Paint: Benjamin Moore – ‘Olive Tree’
Benjamin Moore – ‘Heavenly Blue’