Decorating With Tertiary Colours

Nothing brightens up an interior more than colour. Particularly bright and bold colours such as tertiary colours.

A tertiary colour is made by mixing a secondary colour with the primary colour that sits next to it on the colour wheel. Examples of tertiary colours include amber, magenta and indigo.

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Image source: Karen Aston Design

Decorating with strong colour can be daunting – even for those who love colour. But there are some clever ways in which you can use bold colours, such as tertiary colours, to brighten your home without them being overpowering.

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Image source: Ryan

If your ready to move on from neutral and are keen to inject some life into your interior then check out my ‘ Decorating with Tertiary Colours’ article over on Houzz Australia.


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