home decor. Thursday , December 29th , 2016 - 18:36:04 PM
Looking at the color wheel, the colors across from each other are complementary, meaning they work well together. Colors next to each other are analogous, and also work well. So where are the discordants? Nearby―for example, look at blue. Orange is its complementary, but look next door at yellow and red―these are blue's discordants. They are neither complementary nor analogous. But of course, that's not always enough―blue and red are certainly jarring together, but blue and yellow work all the time. So, another way to make discordants is to take colors that work well together and reverse their tonal values. Yellow is usually the lighter color, and blue is usually darker―so what if you used a deep gold with a sky blue? Suddenly, things aren't so pretty anymore.
Ceramic Feng Shui: This is made of beautifully glazed ceramic, and there is a soothing sound of flowing water. There is also a recirculating electric pump.
When planning this theme, think vintage lamps, classic art pieces such as pre-Raphaelite prints, heavy and expensive chandeliers, antique picture frames, and dry flower arrangements. The ideal colors for a Victorian Goth look are blue, purple, and green. Fabrics that go with such a look are brocade, silk, lace, and velvet. Furniture should be very heavy and preferably of mahogany or cherry color.
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