Ten bright and bold interiors that make use of colour theory

For our latest lookbook we’ve selected ten examples of interiors enlivened by contrasting or analogous hues and colour-blocked walls.

The chosen projects all make use of colour theory, some by using analogous colours – colours that are close or next to each other on the colour wheel – while others use complementary colours, which are on opposite sides of the wheel.

The latter approach is often referred to as colour-blocking, a technique first attributed to Dutch artist Piet Mondrian and which later spread to fashion and interiors.

This is the latest roundup in our Dezeen Lookbooks series providing visual

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