Bold Colour schemes
Start with your key shade, such as the main wall colour or kitchen units, as this will help determine which colours to pair with it.
use the colour wheel. Shades that sit diagonally on the wheel combine well for a bold contrast, colours that sit next to each other still have impact but work as a more subtle, softer combination.
Saturated, vivid shades make a stronger impact alongside white backgrounds, making the room feel airier and allowing colours to pop.
as a general rule, three key colours are an ideal mix but you can bring in softer shades of one of your chosen colours for variety.
rethink where to use colour: cushions, wallpaper and window dressings are an obvious choice, but you can introduce colour with furniture, lighting and upholstery.