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Team up power shadesWhy have one feature wall when you can have two! In this dark and dramatic room scheme, a rich purple and saturated teal cosy up against each other to create a double-whammy of deep colour. This works so well because they are both the same tone, which means one shade isn’t lighter or darker than the other – a good rule of thumb when pairing up different colours. Imagine if the photo above was in black and white, these two colours would both read as roughly the same shade of grey.Dark colours are also a wonderful backdrop for brighter shades and warm metallics. Just look at the way the citrus-yellow accents leap out against the blue and purple, and see how the warm copper-coloured pendant light glows from the wash of teal blue behind.Learn how to use blue in your home
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The color scheme of this room is tetradic. This is because the room has the colors yellow-green, red-violet, blue-violet, and yellow-orange. The mood of these colors are truth, faith, and innovative. Correct term for our content is Double-Complement. Missing definition, where did you find this mood/ of these colors?