Hues - Top 10 Design Color Secrets

Wednesday, April 16 2014 2:24 PM
Categorized In Tips & Techniques
Opposites attract! Complementary colors – colors found across from each other on the color wheel – make congenial color pairs. They make each other stand out and be noticed. Take red and green, for example. Why do you think butchers used green parsley to separate cuts of red meat in the butcher store? Because the green made the red look “redder” – and red meat appears fresher. On a more pleasant train of thought, that’s why red and green look so great together during the Christmas holidays – They make each other look their best. Other color pairs: blue and orange, and yellow and purple. Have fun with them! Be bold – but wise! Don’t be afraid to introduce bold c… Read Article
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