11 Wonderfully Weird Color Combos that Work

11 Wonderfully Weird Color Combos that Work

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Nancy Mitchell
Sep 30, 2015
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It's no secret that here at Apartment Therapy, we love color. And we love to see interiors that mix things up a little, rooms where people have paired colors that you might not usually see together. Here are 11 such spaces to surprise and inspire.

From Elle Decoration: Mauve, mint, and a sage green that's alllmost grey.

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From Inside Closet: Navy and pale pink.

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From Vogue Living: Periwinkle, blurple (this is the name I've created for the color of that rug, the intense shade where no one can agree whether it's blue or purple), and burgundy.

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From Dimore Studio: Lavender and mauve (with a little bit of black and teal for good measure).

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From Cote Maison: Navy and canary yellow.

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From Yellowtrace: Mint, sage, and acqua.

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From Miles Redd: Crimson and sage green.

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From Keogh Habermann: Navy and lavender.

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From Elle Decor España: Mauve and black.

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From Inredning Shjälpen: Earthy green with white, black, and emerald.

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From Casa Vogue: Magenta and light blue.

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