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color scheme

noun
1.
an arrangement or pattern of colors or colored objects conceived of as forming an integrated whole:
the color scheme of a living room.
Origin
1885-1890
1885-90
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Examples from the web for color scheme
  • The pavilion's color scheme will also be somewhat altered.
  • The plugin lets you set the default dimensions of all inserted videos as well as the color scheme of the player itself.
  • The color scheme he used was tan on beige with animated stars glowing in the corners of each slide.
  • The planner of this garment was thinking of you when he chose the fabric pattern and color scheme for this showpiece.
  • Give yourself an hour or two to choose a name and a color scheme, and you're off.
  • The basic color scheme is a soft buttery yellow for the cabinets, with periwinkle blue on the cabinet handles.
  • The rug defines the space and color scheme, making it easier to choose accessories.
  • But tweak the shape a little and update the color scheme and it's even better.
  • There's one for every color scheme, from amber to plum to lime green.
  • Deep emerald green marble countertops tie the color scheme together.

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