colour scheme

From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Household
colour schemeˈcolour scheme British English, color scheme American English noun [countable] DHthe combination of colours that someone chooses for a room, painting etc
Examples from the Corpus
colour schemeYou can also use this opportunity to change the screen colours, choosing between the eight colour scheme options available.Inside, the decor is elegant and traditional, the gentle colour scheme creating a relaxing ambience.As you know, I decided to keep the same colour scheme as we have in Paris.Inside, a subtle colour scheme of white or light pastel shades is complemented by cool tiled floors and modern facilities.The much-loved dresser was the inspiration for the colour scheme that links all five storeys.