Colour Contrasting

20.02.2018

The Fora Nature team would like to invite you into their world of colours, this blog dedicates itself to colours that we feel go together perfectly and gives you tips to create the colour schemes of yours and your customers dreams.

The methods used for colour combining within interior design can also be used within schemes for creating floral designs. There are numerous colours and schemes you can use for decorating your home or office space that work in the floral industry.

Fora Nature would like to invite you to explore the possibility of various colour schemes and hopefully help you to explore our colour combinations.

  • White: is a colour that gives off freshness and radiance, and also matches perfectly with the rest of your colour pallet, regardless of how you’re going to use it.
  • Red: is a very vibrant strong colour, a symbol of love, passion and empowerment. To match with this colour, you must be more cautious than with white. Some colours that go well with red are white, green, blue and even black, which creates a striking contrast.
  • Blue: is another colour that expresses freshness and symbolises loyalty and wisdom. Depending on where you use it, it goes perfectly with reds, yellows and even violets. By adding meaning to your designs starts to tell a story within your creation.
  • Black: is a colour, like white, that goes well with many colours. However, if you want to give a unique flair using black it is the way forward, it is very important you consider selecting more lively colours that add a little life, such as reds, greens, whites, yellows, etc to complement black. Black brings elegance and mystery to your design, adding theatre and a prestigious feel to your creation.
How to match colours

To know how to match colours, you’ll need get yourself a colour wheel. Using this wheel, you can make the colour schemes below:

  1. Complementary scheme
    This is a colour scheme primarily aimed at creating contrast. To get this scheme, you simply have to select colours that are located opposite each other on the colour wheel.
  2. Triad scheme
    This colour scheme is created by three colour families that are evenly spaced around the colour wheel (creating a triangle). With these combinations, you’ll make a vibrant, yet harmonious scheme.
  3. Analogous scheme
    The analogous scheme uses colours from three or more families located right next to each other on the colour wheel. With this combination, you’ll create a very comfortable and warm feel, inspired by nature.
  4. Tetradic scheme
    This colour scheme is made up of four colours: one of them is dominant, two of them are complementary and the other creates a colour accent. In this scheme, four colour families are used, creating very lively combinations.

Now that you know how to match colours, you’re definitely ready to create unique spaces that foster harmony and awaken our senses, all at the same time.

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