Is it weird to paint each room brightly different colour schemes?

last year

I live in a maisonette where the upstairs is the entrance and the bedrooms are downstairs. All the doors are always closed (I just prefer the doors closed plus I have pets).

This is my first property so this is pretty new to me but ive began decorating and so far have started/nearly finished the living room, upstairs & downstairs hallway, both bathrooms, ”chill“ room & master bedroom. Theyre painted all different colours (With the next room containting a few details from same colour family as the prev room). I love the scandi & mid century (60s - 80s) vibe and have implemented both into every room so the style still is the same (aswell as the flooring for the upstairs hallway & living room). Im really getting into interiors and just home decor overall and im realising that the general way to decorate your home is to keep the colours similar throughout aswell as the style so it all flows.

Obviously im just doing what I like so it doesnt really matter but im curious to know if its strange or not encouraged to have such bold different colour schemes for each room. My main direction was just a colourful retro house with each room giving a different vibe when you enter!

Upstairs hallway:

Living room:

Kitchen colour scheme plans:

Downstairs hallway: (I plan on painting the stairs darker cornflower blue & white, with a wall mural using the colours from upstairs)

Chill room:

Master bedroom:

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