Artwork is a perfect way to decorate your house and giving it that homey and personalised look. However, it is also important to choose the right shades to get to the desired results!
The best and simplest way to choose your colours is by using the “Complementary Colour Wheel”. The wheel helps you in choosing the complementary colours by looking at the opposite side of the arrow. As an example if you choose red then the complementary colour is dark green while if you choose blue the complementary colour is orange.
Below are a few examples of artwork and the use of complementary colours in different rooms in the house.
Red and Green in the bathroom are vibrant and energetic colours that are likely to brighten up your day! The inclusion of a Red Towel ceramic artwork further supplements the modern style and concept chosen.
The above Red and Green abstract paintings are perfectly suited to be hung on any wall in the house. Together they provide two complementary colours which are red and green. In addition, they give a unique dimension by having agate gemstones accompanying the modern simple gold frames.
The complementary colour of blue is orange, we can combine the baby blue colour of the bed frame with dark orange to see the contrast. In fact the pair of Chinese sculptures in bright orange give a unique look and the Pagoda lamp simply complements the look by being plain and have standard colours. This lamp is inspired by the optical illusion created when strong colours are applied to three-dimensional objects.
The author of this blog post, Ferlin Yoswara, is a young artist that specialises in contemporary art. She has won several art awards along the years and produced her work for renown organisations and individuals. She is also a jewelry artist having her own jewelry line.