One of my all-time favorite color combinations is the classic red, yellow, and blue: the primaries! In color theory they’re the most basic color hues used to create the other colors in the spectrum. However, all too often they are used in such pure hues (without the addition of white or black) that they seem to be meant for a child’s room. If you’re going for a more sophisticated, then here are a few tips to create a more livable space.

How to Design with Primary Colors


In this historic Boston townhouse, decorated by Wells & Fox, features a Christopher Wool painting; the custom-made armchairs in the bay window are clad in a Claremont fabric.

Interior designer Lindsay Harper creates a vignette on her chest of drawers with her collection of jewelry and accessories. A thrift store painting hangs over a vintage chest, illustrating Harper’s knack for bargain hunting. Her cat, Coco, makes an appearance.

source: Lindsey Coral Harper White dresser with yellow giclee abstract print, blue gourd lamp and gray walls.

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Designer Summer Thornton painted this entire room cobalt blue - even the ceiling!

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Blue and grey colour scheme, with graphic rug, floral and striped cushions and butterfly print

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