Double complementary colors

Learn how to use double complementary colors to create visually striking and harmonious color schemes in your designs. Explore top ideas and inspiration to enhance your color palette.
Tetradic or double complementary colors uses four colors together, in the form of two sets of complementary colors. For example, blue and orange is paired with yellow and violet.  [ “ It offers more color variety than any other scheme (but) if all four colors are used in equal amounts, the scheme may look unbalanced, so you should choose a color to be dominant or subdue the colors. Avoid using pure colors in equal amounts. ” ] Colour Schemes, Collage, Ideas, Complementary Colors, Color Schemes, Colours, Double Complementary Colors, Pure Color, Unbalanced

Tetradic or double complementary colors uses four colors together, in the form of two sets of complementary colors. For example, blue and orange is paired with yellow and violet. [ “ It offers more color variety than any other scheme (but) if all four colors are used in equal amounts, the scheme may look unbalanced, so you should choose a color to be dominant or subdue the colors. Avoid using pure colors in equal amounts. ” ]

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