Combining colors can often be a bit like an art form. While it’s true that the easiest and best color combinations are found in nature, (really, look at the scales on a fish, the colors of flowers, or the feathers on a bird and you’ll get a good idea of how to combine colors) sometimes we mere mortals need a little help.
This is where our grade school color education comes in handy. Break out the color wheel!
Creating a beautiful design in your home staging business, in your marketing materials, or your wardrobe, begins with understanding how colors work together in harmony (or sometimes contrast).Pin It