color scheme

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Noun1.color scheme - a planned combination of colorscolor scheme - a planned combination of colors; "the color scheme for this room was determined by an interior decorator"
combination - a collection of things that have been combined; an assemblage of separate parts or qualities
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His soul was as neutral as his color scheme. He said he was strapped and wanted to ship on board.
Ona's heart sank, for the house was not as it was shown in the picture; the color scheme was different, for one thing, and then it did not seem quite so big.
The color scheme in your walls should be bright but not flashy.
Then, rather than paint their subjects realistically, they assigned to each area a distinct color scheme we had discussed in class.
While the bridal collection of Chottani includes heritage lehngas in traditional colors with finest embellishments superior quality fabric, her luxury pret reflects a vibrant color scheme with urban cultural motifs.
Moreover, the color scheme and design of the Shainal Foods' products was starkly similar to that of the National Foods' products, which was misleading the consumers.
When a design scheme catches like wildfire, it seems that we see the same color scheme or combinations again and again, and it ends up becoming, for better or worse, a trend a and over time, trends can become expected and boring.
on Tuesday announced a new addition to the PRO TREK Smart series of wrist devices for outdoor enthusiasts - WSD-F20A, featuring an indigo blue color scheme designed for active living.
The Ritz-Carlton A&B ballrooms can host up to 2,000 guests and are identical in size, but differ in their color schemes. The bride can select between a royal blue or wistful pink color scheme to accent the overall style and theme of her wedding.
(1995) that a color scheme can be protected as a stand-alone trademark provided it can be established that the color scheme has acquired secondary meaning.