Please, yes or no. Do these two colours go?

(27 Posts)
surferjet Sun 25-Sep-16 09:01:04

Dining room leading into patio garden -

Aqua feature wall. purple rug, curtains.

WanderingTrolley1 Sun 25-Sep-16 09:01:30

No

ayeokthen Sun 25-Sep-16 09:01:33

It's a bit out there but I like it.

ShouldHaveListenedInBiology Sun 25-Sep-16 09:03:04

They don't really 'go' IMO - what other colours have you got going on in room?

surferjet Sun 25-Sep-16 09:04:58

Main walls are your basic creamy colour.

CodyKing Sun 25-Sep-16 09:05:46

They are the wrong shades

Tone down the purple and look at more minty greens -

lilybetsy Sun 25-Sep-16 09:05:47

No

notagiraffe Sun 25-Sep-16 09:06:13

Yes, they go. They appear in nature together all the time.

Meadows76 Sun 25-Sep-16 09:07:06

Yes

duskonthelawn Sun 25-Sep-16 09:07:32

If I put them together at all I think I'd do white/cream walls, wood floor with a cream and real rug, teal curtains and purple cushions/ornaments.

CurlsLDN Sun 25-Sep-16 09:07:34

Woah, that's bold. To my eyes, no they clash horribly

SleepFreeZone Sun 25-Sep-16 09:07:36

I'm really not keen on bright feature walls. For that reason I vote no

duskonthelawn Sun 25-Sep-16 09:07:42

*teal

dangerrabbit Sun 25-Sep-16 09:08:02

Too strong

VanillaSugarandChristmasSpice Sun 25-Sep-16 09:08:13

If you designed the whole room just in these colours then it would be too overwheming and I'd need 😎.

If, however, the walls and carpet are neutral (white or cream) and these colours are highlights, then yes, I think it would work and look lovely.

OldLagNewName Sun 25-Sep-16 09:09:01

Not on my screen -may look better in real life. I think a redder purple might look good. Or, as others have said, a minty-er green (although I don't myself like that combination)

Toomanycats99 Sun 25-Sep-16 09:10:19

My daughters room is turquoise and hot pink - that looks lovely together although I guess maybe not right for a living room.....

daisywhoopsie Sun 25-Sep-16 09:11:36

I'm awful with stuff like this so I have no useful input other than to say you're a poet and you don't know it.

user1471549018 Sun 25-Sep-16 09:13:51

They do 'go'. Search purple and teal on pinterest there are loads of examples. Not personally my style, but if you like it go for it.

Mycraneisfixed Sun 25-Sep-16 09:17:13

confused

MiaowTheCat Sun 25-Sep-16 09:30:20

I've got splashes of turquoise and hot pink as colour accents in my grey living room (well it'll be fully grey when I get round to painting it) and it looks fab - but I don't think it would work as well with more of a purple to be honest.

surferjet Sun 25-Sep-16 09:35:03

Thank you for feed back.
will have a think!

RitchyBestingFace Sun 25-Sep-16 09:37:58

I really like the colours but it depends what you do with them.

this is lovely for example

Tubbyinthehottub Sun 25-Sep-16 09:41:53

I think they look nice together

Gatekeeper Sun 25-Sep-16 11:21:26

No, wrong shades of purple and green. Those ones there look very cold and hard. If you do fancy those colours though a more olive green and royal purple would work better

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