A lot depends on individual tastes. Green and blue are often paired as are green and turquoise (but there's a million shades of green!). Red and white, blue and white. My husband loved sage green and charcoal (our house was painted sage green with charcoal trim and roof!). Some shades of green go very well with pink and peach. Pale yellow and lavender are traditional Easter colors and go well together. Best way to learn your own preference is to get some paint sample from a home improvement store and have a ball putting them side-by-side. I've seen medium brown paired with red, but I hated it. Pale green and dusty rose are nice. Orange, unless it's a muted orange, goes with dark or medium brown. Muted Oranges go well with light tan and a muted peach for a "pop" in your wardrober. It would help to know if you're talking about clothes or house, interior or exterior.
Well, if you mean colours that compliment another, or how to get noticed, would be complimentary colour's. Those would be colours like, yellow and purple. Or, red and green. Or orange and blue. A way to see what colours would compliment another, would be to look at a colour wheel. The colours opposite of each other on the colour wheel match.
a whole bunch of colors match... like *green and yellow *blue and pink *black and purple *yellow and purple *purple and yellow *red and yellow you can mix and match the whole day!!!
Purple and green, black and anything, Blue and orange, etc. All contrasting colors work
If i knew what the colors were then maybe I could answer you.
They are colours that do not match
White and beige are a couple of colors that will match a brown duvet. These two colors are the most common types of colors you will find on a brown duvet.
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Yellow and red!
ColorBlender.com is one
siwon has 2 colors he likes is .... black and white.witch is kidda weird because they match