Choosing a colour palette for your project ultimately sets the tone for your room and influences the existence style of your space. Today we’re breaking down colour theory into three simple group. By going back to basics, colour pairing will be as simple as rotating the colour.
Selecting hard surfaces that are adjacent colours on the wheel create a cohesive and natural backdrop for your furniture and finishes in the home. Pairing light colours is calming and low contrast. Take tone on tone tile for an example. On the other hand, choosing a colour opposite of the colour wheel is high contrast. Lastly, the tertiary will provide us with maximum flexibility when it comes to design. Colours like blue, green and red orange give you the best of both worlds. When you’re not quite ready to dive into high contrast or even commit toe one pallet, you’ll often find this blend of colour and natural wood, grain and stone.
Now let’s recap the three styles for this simple and subtle project starter. Choose colours that are closest to each other on the wheel to create that simple backdrop toe other design elements in your home for the more adventurous planner. Create a high contrast and energise space by selecting colours that matched up across from each other on the wheels they’re made to pack a stylised. The final option is perfect for someone who wants a mix of boat. The colours are less contrasting, but still complement each other’s unique fuse.