Definition of colour scheme in English:

colour scheme

Line breaks: col¦our scheme

noun

An arrangement or combination of colours, especially one used in interior decoration: a brown or gold colour scheme
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  • With its simple colour scheme and one-page layout it is designed for fast downloading and quick access to new material.
  • Evergreen shrubs ranging in color from deep green to gold vary the color scheme and add texture.
  • The master bedroom has a cast-iron fireplace and is decorated in a neutral colour scheme.

Derivatives

colour scheming

noun
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  • The site includes color references for Web designers, swatch libraries, point-and-click color scheming and more.
  • If the children are old enough, encourage them to do the colour scheming for you.
  • A north-facing room can expect less sun than a south- or west-facing one; but whatever the aspect, with clever lighting and color scheming, the interior can be made to feel welcoming and attractive.

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