Published at Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018 - 07:49:43 AM. Interior Decoration. By Emeric Eve.
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Red is not typically combined with purple wheel, particularly as they’re next-door neighbors on the color wheel, and red is actually purple’s mother. This is an atypical colour combination, according to traditional colour theory, but that doesn’t mean it’s not fresh and appealing when done well. Consider altering the saturation or proportion of one of the hues so they don’t compete. Or surround them in plenty of white or similar pale neutrals so they have a chance to show each other off.
While these colours are relatively close in paternity, there’s enough difference in their colour temperatures to make them good partners for each other. You can maintain a sort of monochromatic aesthetic with these two hues, which adds to the sense of calm and serenity but takes away the potential for blandness. That’s a decorating win-win.
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