Published at Tuesday, December 31st 2019. by Laurel Deschamps in Color Schemes.
Greenery: a light, bright grass green, really planted the seeds for this year’s version to develop. This year’s trending color combination shows how green has matured into something more edgy and dark. The moody Forest Green can almost look black in some lights but it is lifted by the refined tones of the Moss Green.
When trying to find your ideal color combination, start off with just two colors and then add more to the mix if you need to. In many cases, using only two colors can be just as effective as a larger palette. Here are some of the best two-color color combinations around.
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.
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.
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.
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!
Black is also the color of nobility and elegance. But Adobe doesn’t play the game of the elites here. The trick is that Adobe is playing with concepts, by playing with colors and fonts: young generation (red, blue), education (dark blue), skills, the aspiration to high-class (black).
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