What are the properties of complementary colors
Complementary colors: what is it and what are there?
Complementary colors play a major role in color theory. In this article we explain what a complementary color is and what it is.
What are complementary colors?
Complementary color is a term from color theory. The word "complementary" comes from the Latin word "complementum", which means "complement".
- Complementary colors are therefore complementary colors.
- The complementary color, i.e. the complementary color of a color, is directly opposite a color in the color wheel.
- Complementary colors have the property that they cancel each other out when mixed together. If you mix two complementary colors, you get a neutral gray-black.
- There is only one complementary color for each color.
These complementary color pairs exist
There are three basic colors: red, yellow and blue. Mixing two of the basic colors always results in the complementary color of the third basic color. So there are three complementary color pairs.
- The mixture of the other two basic colors is complementary to each basic color.
- If you mix yellow and blue, you get green - the complementary color to red. Red and green are therefore a complementary color pair.
- Another complementary pair of colors is blue and orange. You get orange when you mix red and yellow.
- A mixture of blue and red results in violet - the complementary color to yellow.
You can use complementary colors to set interesting accents, for example when painting your kitchen.
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