Copper & Teal
Room Concept Ideas
In this section we aim to help you find the perfect palette by featuring Colour Ideas for specific rooms. From Living Rooms to your Hallway we have ten Room Concepts created to help you visualize a particular colour in a nominated room. We've added pointers to highlight the main colour featured in the image within the palette, along with details of the image, if you would like to research further.
Pairing greens with grey/beige neutrals is a lovely way to introduce colour to a room. A classic smoky green with blue undertones, combined with a dark black/green and warm beige neutrals creates a timeless, contemporary look.
If you are looking for neutrals that aren't cold - these could be the ones for you! Warm grey Scandi neutrals effortlessly tone in together, then are paired with a darker grey accent to ground the look, and provide contrast to the lighter shades.
A timeless combination of colours bringing warmth and colour to your home. Featuring a classic dark blue paired with a denim blue - lovely in the evening as this blue comes to life in low lighting settings. Add warm beige/grey neutrals to finish.
Soft, muted grey/greens combined with a light pink to create a relaxed, modern look. The pink brings warmth to this scheme, but is not too sweet, so acts as a foil to the tonal greens. If you use one of the greens on your walls, accessorise with the pink. @littlegreenepaintcompany
This classic combination of a Little Greene navy blue paired with warm neutrals is an enduring favourite. Choose any of the graduated scales of neutral tones for your walls, with the dark blue as a fabulous accent colour.
This classic pink from Farrow & Ball brings a pop of colour to an otherwise muted scheme. The greens and pink work effortlessly together with soft beige/grey neutrals. Perfect for a kids room if you are looking to add a touch of individuality.
A neutral themed Colour Board with an underlying grey/lilac tone. This palette is warm and contemporary - you could add a dark accent with the purple/black on painted furniture, on your doors, or with accessories like soft furnishings and rugs.
If you are looking to use bright colours in a room like your kitchen - how about this vibrant teal from Little Greene? I've added cool grey neutrals and a dark blue/black to act as an accent and to help bring out the blue in the teal.
These two soft, muted grey/greens work well with the darker grey accent and the grey neutrals. A possible palette for a kitchen and utility room where you can use either of the greens on units, panelling, architrave and skirting boards.
The greys in this palette are contemporary, giving a sense of space, while the terracotta reds bring warmth and colour. You could use either red as an accent, seen here on the bath, to ensure the bathroom looks warm, personal and inviting.