Published at Tuesday, December 31st 2019. by Lacina Pons in Color Schemes.
Is there anything more uplifting than a bright burst of turquoise? It is such a refreshing color that conjures up images of tropical waters and sunny skies. Turquoise is also unique in that it manages to be serene and idyllic as well as vivid and dramatic.
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!
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.
Why not try out each of these color combinations on one of our many easily-editable templates in Design Wizard. Simply copy the accompanying hex code into the custom color palette in the app and your template’s colors will change instantly. So take notes, start your own color combination chart and get creative.
The 2019 Pan tone Color of the Year is Living Coral. It’s a lively, nourishing color that has a youthful flavor to it. When combined with the refreshing blue of Pacific Coast, it evokes images of the ocean floor and a vibrant seabed filled with coral.
Color knowledge can help you to make better choices in terms of buying clothes, shoes, decorating your home, even everyday communication! Life, in general, can be easier when you know what color goes with what.
A Triad is a combination of 3 colors that are equidistant from each other on the color circle. It produces a high contrast effect while preserving ’harmony.’ Such a composition looks vibrant even when you use pale and unsaturated colors.
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