What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Choose a core colourPicking one definite main colour serves as a much-needed starting point. It becomes far easier to blend the various elements together when you have a go-to colour; this way you can continue to add new elements to your home. Whether you use a pale green or a muted blue, consistently return to it when decorating, for a cohesive look. The mint green in this image is the core colour which serves to complement and enhance the vibrant colours in the rest of the room.