Christmas colors you will never think of as a Nigerian.Convert Clear
As a Nigerian there are many colors I have never tried, I love trying new things so I think you should do so too. These color combinations are awesome; it’s never too late to try something new guys.
Green + Brown
Taking a cue from Mother Nature, brown and green, two of the most-popular earth tones used in home decor. For something sophisticated and simple.
Depending on how you pair it, red and white is one of the most common holiday color combinations. teal is going lighten this holiday season, with traces of red and white as accents.
A very versatile combo, White and brown, a simple, elegant and a gender neutral color add pink for a feminine touch and blue for a masculine touch. This combination is also incredibly versatile; add a few accents of blue or red to make it masculine, or add pink for a feminine touch.
Just like the brown and white but much cooler.
Make it masculine! A color combination of violet, brown, bronze and white is a great way to add manly appeal to your home this holiday season. For proper balance, stick with brown and bronze as the dominant colors, with sprinkles of violet and set it all against a white tree.
Turquoise is often paired with jewel tones and metallic decor, pairing the jewel tone parchment is much less expected. This is an excellent way for color phoebes (if you know one) to introduce more saturated hues into their Christmas decor without being overwhelmed.
White + Gold
Gold has been commonly paired with silver and/or violet. To put a contemporary spin on this classic color, consider pairing gold with white. Gold’s warm undertones and white's coolness strikes the perfect balance.
White + Red + Hot Pink + Lime Green
To add a little more Yuletide pop, pair hot pink with lime green, red and white.
The key to successfully using this color combination is the proper balance of white With a strong white backdrop, such as a white tree.
Use bubblegum pink as the dominant color toned down with the dark richness of purple.
White + Red + Robin's-Egg Blue
Adding vintage flair this holiday season with a color scheme of robin's-egg blue, red and white. In the 1950s, decorators paired robin's-egg blue with olive green and/or red-orange. This color takes on an entire color and a new identity as a contemporary holiday.
PURPLE AND PINK
Have a wonderful christmas friends.