Magenta

An intense hue – not quite pink yet not quite violet. For those who like a dramatic, eye-popping scheme. Combine with ivory, deep purple and violet-blue. With bright orange, hot pink, dark lime green and touches of egg-yolk yellow. With pale grey, violet and white. With pewter grey, navy and ivory. With sage green and ivory. With shades of white and touches of black. With periwinkle blue, silver and white. With ruby, deep burgundy and dark navy. Fern fronds, ivy, lotus pods, orchids, lilac or magenta roses, larkspur, delphiniums, purple hydrangeas, dramatic white blooms, privet berries, African violets in tiny pots, burgundy foliage Brightly coloured and patterned Portuguese, Spanish or Moroccan tableware. Clusters of beaded strands or small lights hung from the ceiling to mimic the feel of chandeliers. Read more...
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