On display in this Victorian house in Herne Hill in London: clashing (but complementary) color schemes.
We like the way pea green is juxtaposed with aubergine walls in the living room and a dusty purple headboard sits against gray-green walls in the bedroom. Photos via Light Locations.
Above: The living room features an unexpected mix of pea green and deep purple.
Above: A rich and moody ambiance stems from the deep aubergine walls.
Above: Patterned throughout the house are subtle dashes of green in otherwise white rooms.
Above: An orange pendant adds a dash of color to the kitchen.
Above: The kitchen features a collection of white crockery.
Above: A kitchen sink close-up.
Above: A room painted entirely in white serves as a backdrop for a colorful oil painting.
Above: A bath tiled in green Moroccan tiles.
N.B. This post is an update; the original story ran on March 8, 2010.
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