When choosing colour schemes for each separate room of your house, it is important that the colours do not clash or look oddly disconnected. After all, these rooms together form the body of a single house. For this the colours should flow from one room to another.
Painting every room with same colours is an option. But this could also turn very dull and boring. So what would you do, when you want a completely different and distinct feel in each room? The easiest solution is to use colours from the dominant colour scheme of one room in the accent or secondary colour scheme of another. For instance, use the same blue of the walls in one room to the lampshades of the adjoining room. The red of the carpets or rugs can be used in the cushions of another room.