Blue and yellow accents build a cheerful and inviting presence in a home decor scheme, making bright contrast and colourful explosions that will lift the most neutral of backgrounds. This is particularly prevalent in decor schemes with a light background, daylight filled and lighthearted in nature. However the blue and yellow theme works equally well as a muted palette at the darker end of the spectrum too. To demonstrate each side of the scale, we’ve found two of our favourite examples of the blue and yellow interior trend: Will you be drawn to the magnetic light personality of bright interior number one, or will it be seductively shaded interior number two?

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This exquisite interior design belongs to a 176 square metre home located in Norway, designed and visualised by Nazar Tsymbaliuk. The house is a mountainside treasure trove of stunning rockface and marbled stone feature walls, natural wood and rich toned accents, gridded metal wall and ceiling panels, outstanding bespoke furniture creations and incredible bathroom designs. With mountain views as fabulous as this, the interior design had to be able to demand its own share of the attention, and the show stopping moments in the home just keep coming room after room, layer after layer.

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Monochrome home interiors are a sleek modern option, but adding in bright colour really revs up the energy and character of a space. Today we’re specifically looking at how contrasting red and blue accents balance each other out in a black, white, and grey home decor scheme–as well as pump up the wow factor. Take a tour around a studio apartment with a blue accent lounge, red infused kitchen, and some quirky wall art, to see how to push the theme big and bold. Then, finish off with a family home that’s alive with colourful focal areas that float in a tranquil sea of white and wood tone.

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Fresh white decor, flourishing green plants and intriguing art collections shape these two very different home interiors. One highly decorative neoclassical home interior is filled with ornate panel doors, a sculptural and dominant jade tile fireplace, and a mix of traditional and modern furniture pieces. In contrast, the second home we take a tour of is a streamlined modern space with no frills, bells or whistles, only clean lines with pit stops of raw concrete. As we move from room to room, we’re also dazzled with brightly clashing accent pieces, intermingled with the neutralising essence of raw timber elements. Whether you’re space is deeply classical or crisp and contemporary, this look fits all.

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