No doubt the colors in the Abundance palette go well together. If you so wished, you could use all of them together—be it in a room or elsewhere, say, in an artwork—and whatever you come up with should come out looking cohesive. With that said, you also have the option of picking just a few from the set. Here are combinations using two colors from the Abundance palette!

Living Room

Color Combos for Your Walls with the Abundance Palette | MyBoysen

Feel both calm and refreshed when you come home after a busy day with Life Sprout on your living room walls. It’s a shade of green with a lot of yellow in it so it can create a serene atmosphere while giving a dash of brightness. It works best with white too for a clean look!

Now, to keep things exciting, go for an accent color. Honey, I’m Good is a bold orange. Granted, it’s a hue for the brave among us. We think, however, that the payoff is worth it. It’s eye-catching, a good conversation starter, and brings a pop of an unexpected color to the room.


Color Combos for Your Walls with the Abundance Palette | MyBoysen

It can happen that a kitchen doesn’t get enough sunlight. The result is a drab and gloomy space that can immediately drain you of energy when you walk into it. Brighten it up and create your own sunshine with just paint. Yellow is the designated happy color that’s able to uplift moods. Try Sunflower Season for a burst of good vibes.

To balance it all out, go for a color that’s a little more laid back. Nature Walk with its grounded green shade is the perfect accompaniment. It paints a picture of a field of sunflowers on a warm summer day.


Color Combos for Your Walls with the Abundance Palette | MyBoysen

There’s room to get creative when painting your bathroom so why not go all in? This is your chance! Pick colors you love but aren’t too confident to paint in larger areas. For the lovers of pink, if you need a recommendation, Cherry Kiss is an inviting shade perfect for me-time pamper sessions.

Keep within red territory and choose Poppy Fields as an accent. Once you’re done, you’ll end up with a bathroom that’s anything but ordinary.

Getting These Colors as Paint

Want to try these colors for your home too? You can get them at Boysen’s The Color Library as 200 mL or 1 L paint or at Boysen Mix & Match stations in 4 L containers. If you liked Abundance, don’t forget to check out the rest of the palettes in Boysen Color Trend 2024/25 Ascension. Head to the Boysen Color Trend website to see them all.

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Jill is a writer on a continuous journey to learn about paint and share them with you, the reader. She has an interest in the technical side of things but also thoroughly enjoys playing with colors. She likes calm greens, quiet blues, and mellow yellows best.

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