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How to combine colours

There is variety of options, but there are basic rules that you will definitely find handy.
Universal black and white look good with all the colours, often they are used as dominant colours.
Delicate beige goes well with white, brown and blue.
Discreet grey is a great choice for the base colour; in combination with red, purple, bright blue and dark it will look advantageous.
Pink may be boldly mixed with grey, olive, turquoise and white.
Crimson red requires a combination of black, grey, blue, green, white and yellow.
Brown organically interacts with green, beige, pink, cream and bright blue.
Orange combines well with purple, violet, blue and light blue.
Yellow – with black, light blue, grey, purple, blue.
Green – with yellow, black, light beige and golden brown.
Light blue – with white, yellow, pink, grey, red and orange.
Blue – with red, white, yellow.