Color Schemes for Teal-colored Walls That'll Surpass Any Palette

Teal-colored walls contrast with yellow and red
Looking for an inviting, happy, and comfortable color scheme that will complement your teal-colored walls? With 19 color combinations, this Buzzle post guarantees to help you transform and uplift any room in your home.
Bold color combinations aren't always loud.
As teal-colored walls look dramatic on their own, many homeowners get worried about adding vibrant décor in a room. Choose light-colored items that will complement the bold walls, and don't make the room feel overly dark.
With more than a handful of trusted companies that produce interior house paints, the first thing to focus on is finding the perfect shade of teal for your home. Along with unique names, different brands provide paint colors in a variety of finish―matte, flat enamel, eggshell, satin, semigloss, and glossy. To pick a finish for your home, follow a simple technique; if the paint sheen is high, so will the shine be. And as teal is a dark color, the walls can appear flat once the paint is applied. So, depending on this information, here's how you can select paint sheens for teal-colored walls in your home:
  1. Living Room - satin finish
  2. Dining Room - eggshell finish
  3. Kitchen - semigloss finish
  4. Bedroom - matte or flat enamel finish
Now that the teal-colored walls are taken care of, let's shift our focus on a more pressing subject―finding color schemes for teal-colored walls. As you go through the rest of the article, you will find that we have divided the color schemes into 3 distinct sections. Go through each of the sections below and determine which color scheme is right for your room/home.
6 Color Combinations with Teal Walls
Generally speaking, teal has a cool green-blue tone to it, and depending on the brand you select, the color can range from light to dark. Given this advantage, the color teal can work with both warm and cool color palettes, if proper care is taken while picking out a combination. And since your teal walls will hold primary importance in a room, you need to pick the secondary colors that will enhance them.
TEAL + BLACK + WHITE
TEAL + BLACK + WHITE
TEAL + FUCHSIA + ORCHID
TEAL + FUCHSIA + ORCHID
TEAL + MUSTARD + RED
TEAL + MUSTARD + RED
TEAL + BLACK + CAMEL
TEAL + BLACK + CAMEL
TEAL + YELLOW + RED
TEAL + YELLOW + RED
TEAL + YELLOW + GREEN
TEAL + YELLOW + GREEN
Get as many strips of colors as you possibly can and tape them to the walls around the room. This way, you will be able to imagine how a particular color scheme will appear as the light changes in the room.
8 Additional Color Concepts
Apart from the ideas we mentioned above, there are a ton of other color schemes to opt from. Also, you don't have to stick to solid teal-colored walls. Give accent walls and wallpapers a chance to transform any room in your home instantly.
TV Set On Teal-colored Wall
TV Set On Teal-colored Wall
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Living Room With Teal-colored Wall
Living Room With Teal-colored Wall
White Curtains With Teal-colored Wall
White Curtains With Teal-colored Wall
Black Sofa With Teal-colored Wall
Black Sofa With Teal-colored Wall
Bedroom With Teal-colored Wall
Bedroom With Teal-colored Wall
White Swing On Teal-colored Wall
White Swing On Teal-colored Wall
Red Yellow Cushions With Teal-colored Wall
Red Yellow Cushions With Teal-colored Wall
Wallpaper Of Teal-color
Wallpaper Of Teal-color
5 Color Schemes with Teal
In home décor, color is everything! You can decide the mood of a room or home while picking out color combos. As with every shade, the possibilities can seem endless, and finalizing on one color scheme can take hours, if not days. So, to help you narrow down your choices (and hopefully eliminate any confusion, doubts, etc.), here are a few more paint samples.
Teal + White + Gray + Tangerine
Teal + White + Gray + Tangerine
Teal + Moroccan Red + Autumn Orange + Tan
Teal + Moroccan Red + Autumn Orange + Tan
Teal + Red + Autumn Orange + Gray
Teal + Red + Autumn Orange + Gray
Teal + Pink + White + Mint Green
Teal + Pink + White + Mint Green
Now before we end this article, we'd like to leave you with a final piece of advice―while working with either a two- or three-color scheme, be careful that you're not going overboard. There has to be some kind of color relief in the room that helps piece everything together.
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