Colour Guide



Colour Basic

The Colour Guide informs you of the way colours are perceived and the colour theory. Each colour chart below will help you in understanding colour paints and colour combinations even better.

The Colour Wheel forms the basic of the colour theory. Typically, the colour wheel is divided into twelve parts and has all the colours possible, arranged in a cyclic order. Selecting the right colour combinations is very essential and you need to know all the aspects of the colour scheme before making your choice. The various colour shades also play a very important role.

Colour Chart
Colour Guide

Complementary Colours:

These colours can be found placed diametrically opposite to each other on the Colour Wheel. They are in maximum contrast to each other. Thus, each colour stands out very brightly against its complementary counterpart. As colour combinations, these can be used to create a very vibrant and bold look!


Analogous Colours:

These colours are placed adjacent/neighbouring to each other on the Colour Wheel. And because they belong to neighbouring colour families, they give a pleasant harmonious look.


Colour Shades: When the colour black is added to any colour, we get shades of that colour.

Tints: When the colour white is added to any colour, we get tints of that colour.

Tones: When the colour grey is added to any colour, we get tones of that colour.


Colour Shades

Colour Schemes