I cherish mixes of blue and green, particularly watery soul and brilliant, stunning greens. They simply play off each other so well. What’s more, despite the fact that they are cool hues, they feel wonderful and welcoming together maybe on the grounds that we relate them with nature, the ocean and the sky.
Green and red can be precarious hues to pull together in living room color combination. They are inverse each other on the shading wheel, which implies they offer the most differentiation to each other. One trap to relax the differentiation is to utilize less extraordinary shades of one or both tints.
This divider is an extremely unadulterated green, however it’s a genuinely light shade of it. The red here is exceptionally dim and lavish, to a greater extent a maroon shade which can fill in as a nonpartisan.
Additionally, in light of the fact that the hues are utilized for various things as a part of the room (divider paint and furniture), they won’t strife. This surprising palette works truly well in this cool, cutting edge space.