The Only Color Combinations Cheat Sheet You Need (2023) (2023)

Our lives are filled with color. Color influences our moods, feelings, and perceptions, as well as our decision-making processes. That means your choices in color combinations play an essential role in designing your brand and website.

Choosing the best color combination is both a science and an art. Although not everyone was born with an eye for color and an innate ability in graphic design, there are methods and principles you can use to choose the best color combinations to make both a strong impression and achieve your desired effect. We put together a cheat sheet to help ease the stress of picking.

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Color combination basics

Before we start picking out color combinations, it’s a good idea to have a basic understanding of colors, color terminology, how colors work together, emotional connections to colors, and the role colors play in creating a reaction.

Let’s start by reintroducing the visual representation of the relationships of color hues: the color wheel.

The color wheel

The history of this essential guide for artists and designers goes back to the early 1700s. Whether it was in elementary school or the last time you used Photoshop, most of us have seen a version of the color wheel at some point. Grasping the fundamentals of the color wheel will help significantly in your color combo choices, especially if you’re not well-versed in the universe of color theory.

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How does the color wheel work?

A simple color wheel consists of 12 color hues arranged around a central hub.

The Only Color Combinations Cheat Sheet You Need (2023) (5) A color wheel consisting of primary, secondary, and tertiary colors

All colors come from some combination of primary colors. The three primary colors are red, blue, and yellow. These three colors are essentially the parents of all the other colors.

The Only Color Combinations Cheat Sheet You Need (2023) (6) Primary colors highlighted on a color wheel

Mixing equal parts of any two of the primary colors results in the creation of secondary colors.

  • Red + Blue = Purple
  • Blue + Yellow = Green
  • Red + Yellow = Orange
    The Only Color Combinations Cheat Sheet You Need (2023) (7) Secondary colors highlighted on a color wheel

    Tertiary colors come from mixing one of the primary colors with one of the nearest secondary colors. Tertiary colors are found in between all of the primary colors and secondary colors.

    • Red + Orange = Red-orange
    • Yellow + Orange = Yellow-orange
    • Yellow + Green = Yellow-green
    • Blue + Green = Blue-green
    • Blue + Purple = Blue-purple
    • Red + Purple = Red-purple
      The Only Color Combinations Cheat Sheet You Need (2023) (8) Tertiary colors highlighted on a color wheel

      Color terminology

      Like any area of study, the world of art, design, and color is rife with technical language. A general comprehension of color terminology will be helpful, both here and in the future of your business. Let’s introduce you to the basic terms most used in the chromatic world.

      • Hue. The terms color and hue are often used interchangeably by artists and designers. However, they actually mean different things. In general, “color” refers to all colors, including black, white, and gray. In contrast, “hue” refers to the origin of the color we see. It is the base of the color and is always one of the six primary and secondary colors on the color wheel.
      • Tint. A tint is a lighter version of a given hue. It is a hue that has only white added to it. A tint can range from a hue barely lighter than the original to almost white with a tiny amount of color in it. Sometimes a tint can seem brighter than the original hue, but it is just a paler version.
      • Shade. This is the opposite of a tint. A shade is a hue with only black added to it. It can include varying amounts of black, and the resulting color may be barely darker than the original hue, or it may be almost black. An easy way to remember this one is to think of how the grass in the shade of a tree seems darker than the grass in the sun.
      • Tone. This is very similar to tint and shade, but instead of being a hue with white or black added to it, it is a hue with only gray added. The gray added to make a tone must only consist of black and white, no other colors (many colors that are considered gray actually have a base that is a hue). Toned colors tend to be viewed as more sophisticated than pure hues.
      • Warm versus cool. Warm colors are those that resemble or symbolize heat, while cool colors are attributed to ice and cooler temperatures. For example: red, orange, yellow, and red-purple are warm colors, while blue, purple, green, and blue-green are cool colors.

        The psychology of color

        Now that we’ve had an introduction to color theory, we should take a quick peek at the psychology of color.

        Choosing a color combination is not about choosing the colors you like; it’s about choosing the colors that evoke the emotions you seek from your audience. This is important because the colors and hues you choose set the tone for how your customers and clients feel about your website, business cards, and/or office space.

        “Color is a power which directly influences the soul.” —Wassily Kandinsky

        Below is a quick rundown of different hues and the feelings they often elicit:

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        • Red: excitement, danger, energy, courage, strength, anger
        • Orange: creativity, enthusiasm, health, happiness, encouragement, balance
        • Yellow: sunshine, hope, optimism, light, positivity, freshness
        • Green: health, nature, renewal, generosity, freshness, environment
        • Blue: freedom, trust, expansiveness, dependability, faith, inspiration
        • Purple: royalty, luxury, power, pride, creativity, mystery

        Warm colors usually create energy and excitement, and evoke passion, while cool colors calm and relax.

        If you’re interested in reading further about the psychology of color and how color meanings affect you, read our full post.

        Now that we have an understanding of color as applied to art and design, let's move on to the fun stuff.

        Color combinations

        Once you’ve decided on your desired psychology, it’s easy to pick out colors that go together. Using a color wheel, you can quickly pick out color combinations that are monochrome, complementary, analogous, split, triad, or tetradic. These different color schemes guide your options between selecting contrasting colors and harmonious colors, depending on the desired effect you want to achieve.

        Monochrome combinations

        A monochrome color combination is a different variation of a single hue. This combination consists of varying tints, shades, and tones of the chosen hue. For example: dark blue, slightly lighter blue, and light blue. These combinations are great for simplifying busy designs and creating a harmonious, visually appealing look.

        Monochrome is a great color scheme strategy if you want your brand to be identified with a particular color. It’s also useful to show progression in a design, such as a tiered price list, or to create a more sophisticated-looking design using a brighter color.

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        Complementary combinations

        Complementary colors exist directly across from one another on the color wheel. These colors are highly contrasting and can make your design boldly stand out with high contrast. However, if used improperly, they can be very visually jarring.

        Generally speaking, when using complementary colors, you do not want to use them equally in your design. You want to pick one of the hues as your main color, then use the complementary color to highlight and make certain important items stand out.

        These contrasting color schemes can also be found in nature and lend a vibrant yet natural feel to a design. Take, for example, orange coral standing out in the blue of the ocean, or lavender against the soft green of the foliage.

        Examples of complementary color combinations are:

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        • Red and green
        • Blue and orange
        • Yellow and purple
        • Yellow-green and red-purple
        • Red-orange and blue-green

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        Above is an example of a complementary combination: blue and orange. Notice how they are directly across from each other on the color wheel.

        Analogous combinations

        These color combinations sit directly side by side on the color wheel. The harmonious blends evoke serenity and peace. Some say this is due to analogous combinations existing so frequently in the natural world. It is recommended that you choose a primary color as a base, then choose two more to highlight. This usually works best with a secondary and a tertiary color. Make sure your base color dominates and the other two colors highlight, not overwhelm. Also, be wary of choosing colors that are too closely related, as they may blend together and wash out your design.

        Examples of analogous combinations:

        • Violet, blue, and teal
        • Red, fuchsia, and purple
        • Red, orange, and yellow
        • Green, blue, and purple

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          Split complementary combinations

          This is a variation of the complementary color scheme. The split combination comprises one color and two colors symmetrically placed around it. This strategy adds more variety than complementary color schemes by including three hues without being too jarring or bold. Using this method, we end up with combinations that include warm and cool hues that are more easily balanced than the complementary color schemes.

          Examples of split complementary color schemes:

          • Red, blue-green, and yellow-green
          • Blue, red-orange, and yellow-orange
          • Yellow, blue-purple, and red-purple
          • Purple, yellow-orange, and yellow-green

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            Triadic color combinations

            Triadic color schemes are variants of the split complementary color scheme. The colors in this composition are found equally spaced on the color wheel. Take an equilateral triangle and place it on the color wheel. The colors at each point come together to make the triadic color scheme.

            The first color in triadic color palettes is the dominant color while the colors that follow are accent colors. You can manipulate a triadic color palette by brightening or saturating the colors.

            And if you're wondering how triadic colors are toned down, choosing tertiary or subdued shades is the answer. For instance, you can switch out a golden yellow for a softer honey glow, or an iridescent turquoise for an oceanic teal.

            Triadic color examples:

            • Red, yellow, and blue
            • Purple, green, and orange
            • Blue-purple, red-orange, and yellow-green

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              Triadic color harmony refers to the aesthetically pleasing appearance triadic colors have when paired together. The colors stand out from each other and result in a lively, vibrant color palette regardless of the specific color choice.

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              Tetradic combinations

              Like the triadic color scheme, the tetradic color combination involves colors that are equidistant. Except these color combos use four colors instead of three. You can find a tetradic combination by placing a square on the color wheel and choosing the colors at each corner, or by choosing two opposing sets of complementary colors.

              These color combinations are always loud and fun, and the vibrancy makes designs stand out. However, caution must be used in finding balance with these combinations because they can easily be overwhelming.

              Examples of tetradic color schemes:

              • Red, green, blue-purple, and yellow-orange
              • Yellow, purple, blue-green, and red-orange

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                Experimentation is key

                Unless you have a natural affinity or a background in art and design, choosing the best color combinations can sometimes be a little overwhelming. You won’t really know what your chosen color combinations will look like in your design until you actually apply them. That’s why experimenting with different hues, tones, tints, and shades can help you find the best color combinations for your purpose and desire. And help you deliver the message and feeling you intend.

                There are a number of apps and websites that can help with your decision-making process, too. We love the color palette generator at Canva where you can drag and drop a favorite photo to retrieve a color palette.

                Whether you’re looking for a color scheme for your website, business cards, or office, we’re confident you’ll develop the best color combination for your needs.

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                Monochrome

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                Complementary

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                Analogous

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                Split

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                Triadic

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                Tetradic

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                Which color combinations go well together? ›

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                What color combination is 2023? ›

                The 2023 color of the year is a blend of gray and beige with subtle red undertones that pair well with today's trending earth-tone paint colors. Rustic Greige wraps a room in warmth, making it perfect for kitchens, bedrooms, and family spaces alike.

                What is the 2 most popular eye color? ›

                The vast majority of people in the world have brown eyes. The second most common color is blue, but people can also have green, gray, amber, or red eyes. Some people have eyes that are different colors than each other.

                What is the number 1 eye color? ›

                Brown, which is the most common eye color in the world. Green, which is the least common eye color. Only 9% of people in the United States have green eyes. Hazel, a combination of brown and green.

                Which color is peaceful for eyes? ›

                Blue is the Most Relaxing Colour, Scientists Say.

                What 3 colors look good together? ›

                If you're looking for a few basic but perennially popular 3 color combinations to kickstart your color palette, think about combinations like:
                • Yellow, red, and blue.
                • Green, orange, and purple.
                • Teal, magenta, and gold.

                What color compliments blue? ›

                Light blue looks great with yellow and shades of pink. Royal blue looks great with bold colours such as red, white, pale pink and yellow. Baby blue looks great with complementary colours such as white, grey, peach, pink, and dark blue. Sky blue looks great when paired with jewel tones, cream, white and gold.

                What colours look good with grey? ›

                'Cool greys are best paired with cooler colour schemes, such as blue, green, and light purple, while warm greys better complement reds, oranges, and yellows. For fans of the monochrome look, incorporate different shades of grey, alongside white and black, to create depth and visual interest.'

                What color compliments purple? ›

                So what are the colours that compliment purple? Yellow, orange, and green are the most obvious ones. However, contrasting colours aren't the only ones that matter. Colours right beside each other on the wheel also complement each other, like purple, indigo, and pink.

                What color goes with pink? ›

                Because pink is such a versatile shade, it is seen in interiors paired with so many different colors. Of the most popular are blues, greens, browns in all its shades and forms, and pink is one of the what colors go with grey too.

                What color is replacing gray 2023? ›

                Now that gray is no longer the go-to paint color, you may be wondering what color is replacing gray. The answer? It's beige. Yes, beige is coming back in style after years of being synonymous with boring or bland.

                What is the lucky color for New Year 2023? ›

                Feng Shui is based on the balance between energy, elements, and environment, and the lucky color for 2023, forest green, represents the balance between earth and water and will bring prosperity and hope. Together with this color, other hues will help to emanate these feelings- pink, red and blue.

                What will be the color of 2024? ›

                WGSN, a global authority on consumer and design trends, and Coloro, a global authority on the future of color, have announced Apricot Crush as their Color of the Year for 2024.

                What is the rarest color to like? ›

                Blue is one of the rarest of colors in nature. Even the few animals and plants that appear blue don't actually contain the color.

                What are the most inviting colors? ›

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                What are the top 3 rarest eye colors? ›

                Of those four, green is the rarest. It shows up in about 9% of Americans but only 2% of the world's population. Hazel/amber is the next rarest of these. Blue is the second most common and brown tops the list with 45% of the U.S. population and possibly almost 80% worldwide.

                Do purple eyes exist? ›

                Unbelievable as it may seem, the answer is yes—natural purple eyes do exist. Purple eyes are also commonly referred to as “violet eyes,” as they are typically a light shade.

                What are pretty eye colors? ›

                Instead, gray eyes topped the chart with an average rating of 7.4, followed by blue and green eyes each scoring an average of 7.3. When broken down by gender, men ranked gray, blue, and green eyes as the most attractive, while women said they were most attracted to green, hazel, and gray eyes.

                Can 2 blue-eyed parents have a brown-eyed child? ›

                Myth: Two blue-eyed parents can't produce a child with brown eyes. Fact: Two blue-eyed parents can have a child with brown eyes, although it's very rare. Likewise, two brown-eyed parents can have a child with blue eyes, although this is also uncommon.

                Are red eyes real? ›

                Individuals whose eyes appear to be one color closest to the pupil, another color a little farther our, and another color around the edge of the iris are likely to have hazel eyes. Red eyes do exist.

                What color causes anxiety? ›

                High A-Trait students were significantly more anxious while viewing blue, red, and green than were the low A-Trait students and blue produced significantly more state anxiety than did either yellow or green.

                What color is best for sleep? ›

                Best Bedroom Colors for Sleep. The best colors for sleep are blue, yellow, green, silver, orange, pink, and white. These colors reduce stress and soothe the nervous system. Try to stick with neutral or pastel shades for a soft, welcoming atmosphere.

                What color relaxes you? ›

                Green – Quiet and restful, green is a soothing color that can invite harmony and diffuse anxiety. Blue – A highly peaceful color, blue can be especially helpful for stress management because it can encourage a powerful sense of calm. Purple – In many cultures, shades of violet represent strength, wisdom and peace.

                What 3 colors Cannot be mixed together? ›

                Primary colors cannot be mixed by the user

                The three basic colors, also called primary colors, cannot be created by mixing other colors. These primary colors are red, blue and yellow.

                What colors make gold? ›

                What Two Colors Make Gold? The two colors you can mix to create gold are yellow and brown. You may add more colors to tint the gold, but these are the two primary colors that make gold.

                What is the most calming color of blue? ›

                According to a study, the secret to a calming room is navy blue—and there's science to prove it. The University of Sussex and British papermaker G.F. Smith did research that found navy blue is a calming color—in fact, the most relaxing color in the world.

                What color is opposite of blue? ›

                Its complementary color, or the color that sits directly opposite blue on the color wheel, is orange. Orange is a secondary color produced by mixing two primary colors, red and yellow.

                What color stands out best against blue? ›

                Because orange sits opposite to blue on the color wheel, it's a natural complement to blue. This pleasing combination also offers an energizing contrast that's perfect for a bustling kitchen.

                What color is replacing gray? ›

                What will replace it, they predicted – and also Benjamin Moore's colour of the year for 2022 – is a light, silvery green. Or, as they called it: greeneige.

                What hair color looks good with gray? ›

                Neutral shades like soft blonde, mushroom brown, light copper, and caramel blonde balayage are the easiest to blend gray into (and maintain over time without wanting to shave your hair off).

                What colors compliment green? ›

                It pairs well with a wide variety of colors including neutrals like brown and gray, as well as vibrant shades of yellow, blue, pink, and more.

                What color is opposite red? ›

                Essentially, the color wheel is a way to show complementary and contrasting colors. If you take a look at red on the color wheel, you'll see it is directly across from green. In this article, we are going to look at green as an antonym, or “a word opposite in meaning to another,” of red.

                What colors compliment gold? ›

                The trick is to pair metallic gold with warm, deep-tone neutrals, such as charcoal or slate gray, chocolate brown, rich olive green, and dark tan or beige. White works, too, but be sure to choose a warmer shade so the contrast doesn't appear too cool when paired with gold.

                What color compliments red? ›

                Colours that go well with red

                Primary red works well with yellow, white, tawny-orange, green, blue and black. Tomato red works well with cyan, mint green, sand, creamy-white, and grey. Cherry red works well with azure, grey, light-orange, sandy, pale-yellow, and beige.

                What color goes with dusty rose? ›

                Pink and green are complementary colors, so dusty rose naturally pairs well with earthy greens such as sage, juniper, or deep emerald for a tranquil and feminine palette. Pair tan, beige, or ivory with dusty rose for an antique or vintage flair.

                What color compliments brown? ›

                The complementary colours associated with browns are usually blues, if it is a warmer brown go for a green-blue and a cool brown is a lighter blue. Blues compliment brown and let it shine without overpowering the room.

                What color is hot pink? ›

                Hot pink is a vibrant, electric shade of pink with the hex code #FF69B4, one of the oldest shades ever found preserved in nature. Startlingly vivid, hot pink has been associated with punk rock and gay pride since the 1970s.

                What colour code is gold? ›

                The hex code for gold is #FFD700. Like most orange and yellow hues, gold works well with colors found in nature like greens and blues. In design, it's often paired with black for a dramatic and luxurious feel.

                Is white a color or not? ›

                Some consider white to be a color, because white light comprises all hues on the visible light spectrum. And many do consider black to be a color, because you combine other pigments to create it on paper. But in a technical sense, black and white are not colors, they're shades. They augment colors.

                What are the 3 best colors that go together? ›

                If you're looking for a few basic but perennially popular 3 color combinations to kickstart your color palette, think about combinations like:
                • Yellow, red, and blue.
                • Green, orange, and purple.
                • Teal, magenta, and gold.

                Which two colors should not be used together? ›

                Red and green

                Because anomalies in these cells interfere with a person's ability to see these colors normally, it is a bad idea to use a color palette of red, green, and blue. In particular, you should avoid the common practice of using red and green as contrasting colors.

                What is the rule of three colors? ›

                The rule of 3 colors is simple: pick one primary color. Then, pick two other complementary colors. See the example below. We picked a main hue (a variation red), and complemented it with two different colors.

                What are the 7 color schemes? ›

                The seven major color schemes are monochromatic, analogous, complementary, split complementary, triadic, square, and rectangle (or tetradic).
                ...
                Let's examine each type of color scheme in more detail.
                • Monochromatic. ...
                • Analogous. ...
                • Complementary. ...
                • Split Complementary. ...
                • Triadic. ...
                • Square. ...
                • Rectangle.
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                What color does not go with navy blue? ›

                Overall, navy color pairings should be clear, crisp, and bright. Black-shaded hues like dusty purple, hunter green, and maroon share navy's intensity and are likely to fade when paired with the dark-blue hue.

                What colour does not go with red? ›

                Professional advice for choosing colours that go with red

                If you want to add more colours, stay away from pastel tones such as peach, lime and coral, etc. as these will clash. Go for stronger tones like a canary yellow, citrus orange or dark green.”

                What are the forbidden colours? ›

                That's because, even though those colors exist, you've probably never seen them. Red-green and yellow-blue are the so-called "forbidden colors." Composed of pairs of hues whose light frequencies automatically cancel each other out in the human eye, they're supposed to be impossible to see simultaneously.

                What colors go well with blue furniture? ›

                What colours go with blue sofas? One of the best things about blue is that it works with a large number of different colours. From complementary colours like silver and grey to contrasting tones such as orange and yellow, blue sofas can work well with almost any shade you like.

                What is the 60-30-10 color rule? ›

                What is the 60-30-10 Rule? It's a classic decor rule that helps create a color palette for a space. It states that 60% of the room should be a dominant color, 30% should be the secondary color or texture and the last 10% should be an accent.

                What are the 4 main colors? ›

                The four primary colors in the 4-primary color wheel are blue, yellow, green and red. This differs from the color mixing wheel, which only has three primary colors.

                What are the 12 fundamental colors? ›

                Three Primary Colors (Ps): Red, Yellow, Blue. Three Secondary Colors (S'): Orange, Green, Violet. Six Tertiary Colors (Ts): Red-Orange, Yellow-Orange, Yellow-Green, Blue-Green, Blue-Violet, Red-Violet, which are formed by mixing a primary with a secondary.

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