Success with Secondary Colors of Purple Children Bedrooms Design
In between the primary colors are the three secondary colors made from mixing two primary colors together. Orange (mix of red and yellow), green (yellow plus blue), and purple or violet (blue plus red), expand your choices. While orange appeals immediately and green is soothing and popular, you may find purple a bit somber for very young children — unless, of course, it comes packaged as a friendly dinosaur. To put purple in the picture more easily, try one of these: regal purple and cheerful golden yellow is ideal for a knightly setting. Lilac (purple plus white) and spring green is a scheme that’s both chic and as charming as a garden. Purple and pink are a little girl’s favorite. Lilac, yellow, and green are sprightly as springtime.