What Colours Go With Jasmine White Dulux?

what colours go with Jasmine white dulux

There’s so much to consider when choosing the right white shade for your home.

If you have a high traffic home and have pets, bright white should be avoided at all costs. Bright white may seem cheap, but if you factor in all the times you’re going to have to re-paint it, then it quickly supersedes what a better quality colour would cost.

When it comes to other Dulux white shades, there is a huge array of shades with different undertones. Paying attention to the undertones is incredibly important as it will help you to decide what room they are well suited to.

If you’re looking for a warm, white neutral that will help a dark room feel warmer, then Jasmine White Dulux could be the perfect base colour for your home.

Let’s have a look at why Jasmine White is great for North facing rooms, and what colours go well with Jasmine White Dulux.

What Colour Is Jasmine White Dulux?

Jasmine White Dulux is considered a warm white, neutral shade.

It has undertones of yellow which can make it a great choice for a cool, North facing room. Yellow undertones counteract the natural blue light that makes a room feel cold.

This should definitely be a consideration when choosing the perfect white shade for your home.

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What Colours Go With Jasmine White Dulux?

Tonal Combinations

When choosing complementary colours to go with Jasmine White Dulux the best place to start is looking at the tonal combinations.

The natural undertones to Jasmine White are yellows which means natural tonal fits are other yellow shades. Both Pale Citrus and Citrus Zing by Dulux are great complementary colours.

If you’re looking at things from a home decor point of view, muted yellow accessories such as cushions and throws would work well in a bedroom or living room with Jasmine White. This colour combination is perfect for warming up a cold North facing room.

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Neutral Combinations

If you’re using Jasmine White as a base colour it’s likely that you’re going to want to weave other neutrals into your home.

If you’ve specifically picked Jasmine White because of the yellow undertones to help a dark room feel brighter, other neutral shades will help to complement Jasmine White, whilst defining the room too.

Ashen White and Calming Meadow by Dulux are a perfect pairing for this warm neutral. Calming Meadow could be used as a contrasting colour on architraves or skirting to really ground and define the room from the floor up.

what colours go with Jasmine white dulux

Designer’s Choice Combinations

Dulux always select a couple of out there combinations to go with their colours that always go against everything we hear about pairing colours with their undertones.

It pays to be different, right? If purple or mauve is your kind of thing, Pretty Pink and Raspberry Diva are beautifully warm colours.

I lean more towards Raspberry Diva as it’s such a berry, warm pop of colour that would work perfectly with an Autumn decor scheme.

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Jasmine White & Grey

Paint aside, you might be thinking about what colours in general go with Jasmine White for furniture and decor accessories.

Grey is a natural fit for Jasmine White, opting for a slightly darker grey keeps things neutral, yet grounds the space.

If you’re thinking about a grey sofa, chair or bed, think about accessorising with yellow tones to really help pull the room decor scheme together.

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Jasmine White & Green

I’m obsessed with a neutral, modern rustic style colour scheme, and if you’re using a colour such as Jasmine White in a room it’s likely that you’re going to want to start weaving in other neutrals.

Olive and earthy greens are perfect pairing for a shade like Jasmine White.

Whilst it’s a warm neutral it lacks colour, so bringing in earthy greens through furniture, cushions, throws and decor accessories will instantly start adding visual impact and definition to the space.

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Jasmine White & Black

If you’re looking to create a modern interior with Jasmine White, black accents are an absolute essential part of nailing modern design.

The black is designed to ground and define the space, without it being obtrusive or overbearing in the room.

To get this right, black should be used sparingly as an accent, such as on interior hardware such as door handles, pendant lights, small pieces of furniture and decorative accents such as trims on cushions, frames and small decor pieces.

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Jasmine White & Natural Wood

Ok, it’s not a colour.

But if we’re talking about complementary pieces of furniture then you’re going to want to look at incorporating some natural wood pieces into the room.

Light oak could clash with a warm neutral such as Jasmine White so look for darker wooden pieces that will contrast and also ground the space.

Look for natural wood coffee tables, dining tables and even pay attention to things like the legs of sofas and wooden chairs. It’s the finer details that matter!

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Jasmine White & White

Bright white is not an ideal colour to use throughout a home due to the amount of touch ups that will continually be needed.

But using a stark white as a contrast to Jasmine White can create a clean cut, and crisp contrast.

An example of this could be using Jasmine White for the walls and a crisp bright white paint for the ceiling, skirting boards and cornices. It helps to lift the room even more, and a small touch of bright white is all you need.

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Jasmine White is a highly versatile colour for a home, due to its yellow undertones, it’s well suited for North facing rooms that can feel dark and both East and West facing spaces.

Bright white paint is not the answer as it will only bounce around what little available light it has which can make the room feel even darker.

Jasmine White counteracts blue light which can make a room feel colder in a North facing room, but it also pairs really well with a multitude of colours, especially other neutrals on the same spectrum such as earthy greens and greys.

Use the undertones as a guide when picking other like colours, but you can experiment with bolder pops of colour too if you want a more maximalist decor scheme in your home.

Always buy and try a tester pot first to ensure the colour looks right in your home during different times of the day. Happy painting!

Have any questions about using this colour in your home? Please leave us a comment below and we’ll come straight back.

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Nicole Sage

Nicole Sage is the founder of Sleek-chic Interiors and is a highly experienced interiors writer and skilled home renovator who has a passion for all things design. She has been featured as an authority at Pinterest, Ideal Home, Daily Mail and in countless other interviews. For 8 years, Nicole has written, observed key interior trends, renovated and undertaken interior short courses at the renown KLC school where she has gained her grounding interior design principles. With a keen eye for detail and a love of creativity, she shares her expertise on the latest interior trends, practical DIY tutorials, and styling inspiration to help others transform their homes into stunning spaces. With a commitment to delivering informative and engaging content, Nicole inspires and empowers readers to explore their own unique sense of style and create beautiful, personalised interiors. Contact her at hello@sleek-chic.co.uk for interiors advice, colour questions and any commentary.

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