A triadic color scheme uses colors that are evenly spaced around the color wheel. Triadic color schemes tend to be quite vibrant, even if you use pale or unsaturated versions of your hues. To use a triadic harmony successfully, the colors should be carefully balanced - let one color dominate and use the two others for accent. Remember that you can use tints and hues of the colors.
The triad scheme is another three-color scheme that is easy to execute. As with the split complementary find the one color you want to use and then locate the other two colors adjacent to the split complementary colors. For example, the bedroom picture features blue, red and yellow in tints of each hue. Using three colors in this manner creates another wonderful harmonious look. The look can be dramatic, warm, cool or soft depending on the tints and shades chosen.
- Color theory: Triadic Color Schemes
- Color choice: Magenta (#EE0480) OR Willow (#BED28D)
- Function: Hangout
- Keywords: Music, grownup, sofa, relax
- Maximum size: 29 squares
Please write which color you base your theme of, and which game you have build your room in. Make sure to have enough pictures to actually show your room of and not just a bunch of neat details. We can only give you points for the parts of the room we see in the pictures.
Try some different sites to work with the color wheels - not all of theme are great at showing shades and tints
Deadline: 22th June 23.59 GMT
Some real world examples of analogous color schemes