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The monochromatic color scheme uses variations in lightness and saturation of a single color. This scheme looks clean and elegant. Monochromatic colors go well together, producing a soothing effect.
Analogous Colors Pros: The analogous color scheme is as easy to create as the monochromatic, but looks richer.
Complimentary Contrasting schemes use shades from opposite segments on the color wheel. Contrasting bold primary and secondary colors - red and green, yellow and violet, or blue and orange - will create a very dramatic look.color wheel
Split- complimentary A juxtaposition of any hue and the two colors located on either sides of its complement.
Double Complimentary Two colors and their complements
Triadic Any combination of the primary hues: red, yellow, and blue; and their tints and shades. Any combination of the secondary colors: violet, orange, and green; and their tints and shades.
Neutral Neutral colors primarily consist of a selection grays, beiges, tans, creams and taupe. Black, white, and gray are not on the color wheel, but are the basis for neutral color harmonies.
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