||Everything comes from red yellow and blue, the primary colours.
Amazing , mix and add white or black .
The secondary colours are formed by adding equal
parts of any two
The cool colours reside on the blue green side of the wheel. These
colours appear to move away making areas seem more spacious. Less so
however with the darker shades.
warm colours on the red orange and yellow side advance towards us
making an area seem more intimate but smaller. They are the
attention getters, great for attracting the eye.
The colours close together on the wheel will always compliment,
making subtle schemes either soft in pastels or more austere in the
colours opposite each other on the wheel are the contrasting colours
and they can add the cheeky freshness or the bold statement to
an otherwise gentle room or indeed be the scheme itself. Rooms with
exclusively contrasting colours will always be dramatic.
The Rainbow |
Hues & Shades |
The Naturals |
Black & White
If you really want to know