Published at Tuesday, December 31st 2019. by Celestiel Chauvet in Color Schemes.
A walk through the theory of colors and a look at our list of 40 curated color palettes will provide you with all the knowledge you need to start designing a fantastic banner today.
A variation on the complementary color combination. In this case, you take one primary color and two complementary ones (the colors that lie on both sides of the primary color’s antipodes on the color circle). The effect created by such a scheme is just as contrasting as the one before but slightly less intense. If you feel confident about using the complementary scheme, use the split complementary instead.
This is a combination of 2 to 5 (ideally 2 to 3) colors that are to each other on the color circle. It creates a calming, likeable impression. Here’s an example of combining analogous muted colors: yellow-orange, yellow, yellow-green, green, blue-green.
Dynamic color combinations like this one can be employed in so many different places, such is its unobtrusive nature. It’s relaxing to look at and can create a laid back vibe wherever it is featured.
Technically the tones should conflict, but in reality the subdued rich navy offers a solid base for the vivacious mint. The darker hue acts as an anchor without being stark. This palette would be wonderful when worn together or as a living room or bedroom color scheme. The colors also work particularly well when used in typography.
We can’t talk about trending colors without having Ultra Violet near the top of the list. This vivid, bold shade was the Pan tone Color of 2018 and it will continue to feature the next 12 months too.
A combination of 4 colors that are equidistant from each other on the color circle. In this case, the colors differ from each other in tone, but are also complementary. This creates a dynamic, vivid, and playful effect. An example: violet, orange-red, yellow, blue-green.
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