When we try and combine colours we always find it hard to do, but we will show you how easy it can be:
A complementary / Contrasting combination:
Complementary colours are on the opposite side of each other on the colour wheel, they create a vivid yet energizing effect, especially when used at maximum saturation.
A split complementary / Contrasting combination:
This is colours used from opposite each other on the colour wheel while using different saturation of each colour. Creating a calmer combination.
A triad combination:
A triad combination is a combination of three colours from the colour wheel in the form of a triangle, when placed next to each other they produce a high contrasting effect but still preserve harmony. This combination will seem vibrant even when using pale unsaturated colours.
An Analogous combination:
This is when we use two or three colours from the same side of the colour wheel. Creating a calming yet likeable impression. This could be light or dark colours of the same saturation.
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