Opposite of the problem mentioned last week, is not having enough of a variety. The point of having a colour palette is of course to create a visual story — to present a style in an understandable array of hues. But only stick to two or three colours in a room (or the whole home) and it could start feeling repetitive, predicable and without any real soul. The way to fix it? Add in a handful of elements spread around the home that have nothing to do with your colour palette at all. They'll infuse the space with more life and interest.