black

Black

Is devoid of colour

There is no light available to see anything

When you add black to a paint colour you create a different value, as though it is in the shadows.

Colour/Hue - BLACK

(there is no colour as it does not reflect any light)

Tint is grey -add white

Lower value stays black- add shade/black

The perfect grey will have equal amounts of each primary colour.

 When there is no light shining on an item it appears black.

See more about shadows by clicking the image

Meet Barry Black!

He will help you navigate all that is black.

We feel that black relates to a combination of a square's horizontal (relaxing lines) and vertical (ready for action) lines and a circles  warmth and energy.

When you use dark walls, colours pop! The area becomes cosy, like a cave.

Add décor items, to the blank canvas.

Leonie uses black and grey to make the colours in this piece pop.

See more about Leonie by clicking on the image

 Glenise uses a black background to let her hands emphasise the connections.

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se black décor items and trims on a white background to create an achromatic scheme. Add some timber for warmth.

Try a black feature wall, which will emphasise your focal element artwork.

Add white joinery to lighten the space.

Jeanene uses black to silhouette against a sunrise

See more about Jeanene by clicking on the image

Jeanene has used neutral colours in this piece, which would suite so many environments!

Jeanene has used black as the centre, then to help the blue colours pop.

Some black mood boards to inspire..

lets go on a black design excursion!
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