Blue and dark brown is a classic colour combination as recommended by Jenny Wojcik, design expert. Find a dark brown sofa and add some blue accessories like pillows that match your curtains to pull the look together.
Green and Blue are Complementary
If you're looking for something less classic, and something more stylish and lighthearted, then a sleek, lime-green sofa is the way to go. Green and blue are complementary colours on the colour wheel and always look great together. The cream wall will help tone down the wild combination and keep the look breezy and sunny.
As the Havertys website explains, the bright green, typical of a contemporary look, is based on trends. Trends come and go, but a classic look stays classic. Go with the brown. The brown sofa will be easier to find, be available in a number of styles, will be more stain-resistant and will probably be easier on your wallet. The brown sofa look will last longer.
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