If you like to use lighter wood tones against a darker paint color for a dramatic look, this color scheme is for you. I also love the bold green and rose accent colors. To get this look, pull off this color scheme, here are some simple guidelines:
1. Use a darker gray, such as Dunn Edwards Formal Gray (DE6382) for your wall color. Every color will change based on the lighting in the room, so be sure to order a sample before purchasing the paint. (To order a paint sample, click here). In this scheme you don't need to worry about using a dark color on the wall because the upholstery and wood tones throughout the space will remain light. This will add enough light to dark proportions to pull this scheme off!
2. Keep your upholstery and fabrics throughout the space fresh and light. Similar to this upholstered headboard and bed linens from West Elm.
3. Use painted white or ivory furniture pieces to contrast the wall color. Similar to this dresser from Basset. Play with the lines and details of the furniture pieces to create the look you want.
4. Add energy to the space by using a vibrant green accent color. To do this, incorporate pieces like this pillow from CB2.com.
5. To wrap it all up, use this heart-warming rose colored pink as an accent throughout the room. This color will provide a soothing elegance to the room, by balancing out the green. Use pieces like this rug from homedecorators.com.
If you choose to use this color scheme in your home, please remember to send pictures referencing Color Scheme 1001. For more color scheme ideas, click here. Best of luck!