A red and blue room

Types of Color Combinations

I know you understand contrast and you get undertones, and what a muted color is, and that you should not mix clear and muted colors. So here are a few other things that will help you choose a color scheme if you have painted the walls first. Once you understand the types of color combinations,  you will find color choosing much easier. Get out your color wheel. Complementary colors make each other more vivid.These are the colors opposite each other on the color wheel. Red makes green more vivid, as do blue and orange or purple and yellow.             If you want a really punchy color scheme  use complementary colors, or traditional combinations like red and blue.  These colors work well with white or off-white as the the third color if you want a three-color scheme. If you are using muted colors rather than clear, READ MORE