How to use color theory for landscape design

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How to use color theory for landscape design

Landscaping color theory is the mix of colors and visual effects in your yard to create a relaxing ambiance and make small areas appear large. When designing your landscape, colors shouldn’t be chosen in isolation since they interplay with one another to create transitions and compliment your home.

In landscape design, the color spectrum is divided into;

  • Primary: yellow, red and blue
  • Secondary: orange, green and violet
  • Neutral: silver, gray, white and tan
  • Tertiary: a mix of primary and secondary colors

Ensure you combine colors in your garden to create different effects. J & S Landscape is a landscape construction company that can design your yard for improved aesthetics. Contact us today on 303-472-1096.

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