1950's Wooden HouseContemporary Living Room
What Houzz contributors are saying:
I love the use of color in this quirky space. Yellow, green and blue are analogous colors, meaning they reside next to one another on the color wheel. This gives them a harmonious feel when used together in a space. Combining different shades of two or three analogous hues is an easy way to bring in color without going overboard or clashing.
AFTER: Peppy lime-green walls dose the living room with a jolt of modern color. A coordinating room screen made from from fabric and plumbing pipes sits on casters, ready to separate the space as needed. Yellow chair: Hee chair, Hay; fabric for partition: Ananas, Marimekko; wall paint: Tikkurila H388