Don’t think of rooms in isolation as often you’ll have vistas from one room to another and the eye should travel smoothly between the spaces. So, when you’re planning a redecoration, think about the flow and consider using analogous colours which are a group of hues positioned next to each other on the colour wheel; usually a dominant colour, say pale blue, then a secondary colour, say navy, and a third colour that’s either a mix of the first two or an accent, say turquoise. Think of the harmonious flow in Monet’s Water Lilies where the similar colours create a serene mood. Handily, all our core palettes consist of analogous colours making picking a scheme much easier. For a successful ground floor flow, try moving from Cactus, to Moss, to French Grey to Lily, and use Snow on the woodwork to pull the scheme together.