Published at Tuesday, December 31st 2019. by Rosamonde Mallet in Color Schemes.
To really add a bit of personality and confidence, pair a deep shade of gray with a spirited splash of lime. This zesty shade is an important trend for 2020, but it should be used with caution! Lime green can be garish on its own, it can also be harsh worn on anything lighter than caramel skin tones. But when applied well it makes a striking statement. This edgy color combination is our personal favorite here at Design Wizard!
Traditionally gray has a reputation of being flat or dreary, and there are times when that still applies (clouds, I’m looking at you!). But grays status has been elevated of late, and now it is synonymous with sophistication.
Another combination that challenges the rules is this tomato red and dusky pink. Red and pink can sometimes be an eye-watering combination, and not in a good way! But it can work – the important thing to get right is the balance of tones.
When it comes to classic color combinations, it doesn’t get any more timeless than black and white. But timeless doesn’t mean stagnant. From looking at 2020’s trend predictions, we can see that black and white is going to be huge.
Black and white often features in interior design when the desired impact is to be modern and crisp. Inject primary or neon colors to black and white for a funky finish.
This twosome is successful because neither are vying for attention. They are close in terms of saturation – or in non-designer jargon – the shade intensity. If either, or both, were brighter they would clash.
This green on green falls in to the same category as the monochromatic color scheme above, but it is much easier to work with (especially in the natural tones). For interior design, this combination works well next to wood. In fashion, it looks expensive, especially when worn with metallic (use rose gold for extra trendy points!). Green is also gender neutral and suits most skin tones and hair colors.
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