Primarycolors are still on my mind! Happy, free, and bright!
I do love the primary colors.
However, using all three together can be a LITTLE TOO MUCH!
START WITH TWO
then pick one more.
Start with this guideline: Use only one or two bright hues at a time. When using red, yellow, and blue together, keep one or two colors in the pure hues and mute down the third by choosing a color that either has a bit more black or white or leans slightly to the right or left of the color wheel.
Create rest for the eye by using alternative colors and textures in the space. When working with a primary scheme, freely add additional colors and textures—try rich woods in the furniture, and pops of color in the flowers! This will provide an outlet for the eye so it doesn’t seem strict.
Create at least one place for
YOU to take a break.