These two colors are seemingly disparate, but a fantastic and unique combination to use in a space (and one I especially love this time of year). I personally am not a purple girl, it’s the color I use least I’d guess, but in this case I do quite enjoy it! I prefer a deep plummy, eggplant tone with undercurrents of red in it paired with a light blue that has a smidge of green in it (think robin’s egg). This room below by Jeffrey Bilhuber is the exact right tones:
Too cool or bright of a purple can look really teeny-bopper and harsh, while too cool a blue can look too sweet. So you have to get these tones just right for this combination to work. You can even try to go super dark on the aubergine and in a high gloss paint finish, like the room below, to make it extra dramatic and glamorous.
Perhaps you can’t commit to this in a permanent way- instead try using aubergine florals or accents in a blue based room, like here:
Here are some simple suggestions on how to pair these two colors together in various places int he home! (To be honest, this post was inspired by my body wash- below- while in the shower last night!)
Oh and P.S., this combo work in fashion too :)