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i want to use brown and blue for my living room walls with

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i want to use brown and blue for my living room walls with a brown couch. Which should be darker the walls or the couch
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The brown of the walls should not be darker than the couch. If the couch you like is a 'light' brown, or sort of a 'café au lait' color, it should look nice against the blue (turquoise) wall, and a darker brown, like a 'chocolate' brown couch would also look good against that color wall. Instead of a true (dark?) 'brown' for your walls, consider a lighter beige or very light taupe, as dark walls tend to make the space look smaller and more enclosed. The contrast of a medium or darker brown couch against the blue (turquoise) wall would be my preference. Make only that wall, where the couch will be, the blue one, so the contrasting and complementing colors make it stand out.

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