Decide first what one. Start, for example, from the floor.
Choose the color, starting from the prospective of the interior. If you buy expensive laminate (it will last about 15 years, cheap – much less), it makes sense to find a material with a neutral color that will suit any wall and furniture. For 15 years you probably do not just make cosmetic repairs. So think 10 times before buying laminate some exotic tones. Ask yourself the question: will it be appropriate in conjunction with another interior?
Search for material is light Golden-yellow color. It will blend in with any color. If you still want the floor a different color, remember a few rules. Reddish hue of the laminate is not compatible with "boudoir" shades and colors of the water and requires some sort of rhyme in the interior (red chair, red lamp shade etc.). Dark colors are combined only with light furniture, black same gender is not in harmony with the warm colors. Regarding the less common colors consult with the designers in the store.
Choose doors, starting from the hue of the laminate. The kitchen and hallway and small rooms would be better if the colors of the floor and doors will be the same. Contrasting shades also have the right to exist, but there are two rules. First, the contrast should be noticeable. Second, floor, door, and furniture should be either cool or warm colors, otherwise the combination will be disharmonious.
Select the plinth. It is the link between floors and doors, and to ignore it is impossible. If the door is dark, laminate – light, skirting Board you can pick up, like under one color and another. If on the contrary, buy skirting Board in the colour of the door.