Published at Tuesday, December 31st 2019. by Patience Tessier in Color Schemes.
This is a surprisingly cool color combination because it is unexpected. This sorbet mint is fresh, zingy and very much on-trend. Pastels have been prominent for some time now and show no signs of diminishing. The inky navy color is deep, rich and almost masculine. When they converge the result is interesting and elegant.
There is an old saying that claims, blue and green should never be seen without a color in between! While this is often true, there are exceptions to every rule – navy and mint is one.
Trying to choose the best color combinations for your on-line banners can be a daunting task, given the crowded display advertising market.
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!
Orange is the happy marriage of yellow and red and it conveys warmth, positivity, joy, and enthusiasm.
Purple is a strong and powerful color with positive connotations like magic, luxury and creativity. For such an attention grabbing color, it’s still surprisingly uncommon. In fashion and interiors it tends to be used sparingly, but if there was ever a time to go crazy with purple, it is now.
Purple works well for marketing because it is so vibrant and pops off the page. This is one of the reasons why we chose it as our primary brand color! It is also super versatile and goes well with many other colors, such as green, red and orange. But for a really cool color combination, try matching it with this warm pink/nude color. This particular shade is sophisticated and understated and gives balance to the rich and robust purple.
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