………Choose a color that you absolutely love. It is so important to your well being that the walls in your home wrap around you, and make you feel comfortable.
I see the light blue as a kitchen color, the top brown as a wall color in the living room, and I'd love to use the dark brown on the floors (and maybe the kitchen counter)
I went through all 353 pages of design-seeds.com and this is the closest I came to the palette I sought: the deep turquoise and rich chocolate combination of the 1950s. Doesn't anyone use that duet any more? It was both warm and sophisticated, and lent itself to living rooms and bedrooms.
Teal, gray and chocolates. : this is a great way to,help you choose a color palate for at least the living room and dining room. This goes with our teal contrasts, mocha living room, and soon-to-be grey kitchen! Good color palate for the whole house
Love these! Just painted our siding a similar green to the third color and are using the top color and a lighter, slightly more gray verison of the second color for interior walls. The floors are a walnut (4th color) and the carpeting is very close to top color. The last color will be in furniture, and an accent in towels and/or bedding.