Analogous Colour Scheme Interiors

After last post there was some confusion about how to use colour wheel in practice in this short post I would like to show analogous colour scheme in practice. It consists of  three colours which are beside each other on the diagram.

colour-wheel

analogous 1

source: beeyoutifullife.com

In the dining room above green is a dominant colour and blue and purple were used as accents. The space below was decorated in deep hue of red-violet, red and purple. All colours are saturated but work well because only one is dominant and the rest is used as accents.

analogous1

source: rcwilley.com

I showed you two examples of analogous colour scheme in use. I hope this post was helpful and now you will get the idea.

I am curious if you have any problems when decorating the house and how many of you have analogous colour scheme in their houses. Please leave me comments below and if you want to know more about what I do check my Facebook page. I also have Instagram account where I share my everyday inspirations and will be delighted if you find me there.

Thank you for reading and have a good week.

Gosha

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goshagaluszka

I am a qualified Interior Designer, graphic design hobbyist, craft and jewellery maker. I've just graduated for HND BTEC 3D Design. I also love refurbishing old furniture and flea market finds... My love for design started very early... As a child I wanted to be a Fashion Designer. I live in an inspiring small town in Ireland with my husband, son and a dog. I love nature, the beach is my happy place but I also love the noise and night life of a big city. I am a free spirit, like to travel and meeting people.

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