Our first edition comprehensively covers what colors go with purple for interior design. While purple isn’t exactly the most popular color for interior design, it can work.
The range in purple below is fairly wide, but that helps give a diverse set of examples.
Modern Primary Bedroom with Purple Accent Wall Below is a primary bedroom with two shades of purple making up the accent wall. Colors used with purple in this room: Black, grey, white and red.
Primary Bedroom with Light Purple Ceiling, Walls and Valiance I don’t think a lot of people will get excited with this room because purple isn’t an accent color.
Purple is the main event, making up over 70% of the room’s color scheme.
Earth Tones Living Room with Dark Purple Accent Wall
White and Grey Living Room with Bright Purple Accent Wall Then the bright turquoise blue pillows add more splash to the space.
I love this small white kitchen with purple backsplash and stools. The purple is combined with white, black and light brown flooring. Colors used with purple in this room: Grey, black, red, brown and blue. Colors used with purple in this room: Brown, grey, black and white. The purple makes it dark, which isn’t necessarily bad, but I think some white could improve it. Colors used with purple in this room: Brown, black, grey and green.
You’d have to somewhat eccentric in interior design tastes to want this much of that bright purple. Colors used with purple in this room: Black, grey, brown and blue.
Silver and purple work, but it’s definitely on the glamorous side of the spectrum.
Colors used with purple in this room: Blue, brown, grey and black. It’s balanced nicely with plenty of white so while the purple stands out, it doesn’t inundate you. A bright color like this works with sleek, straight lines, but with all the curves and decorative accents, it’s too much.
Colors used with purple in this room: Grey, green, brown and black.