Use Hooray’s analogous or related colours on either side of the colour wheel to create a dynamic colour combo that is fresh, inviting, contemporary and super energetic. Complementary colours would be blues like Monet Magic (B3-A1-1) or Blue for You (B3-A1-3). Match them up and, yikes, we have a brave and bold combo.
Hooray’s adjacent colours, would be a yellow like Summer Memory (Y2-A1-3) or a purply red like Valentine Rose (R2-A1-2). Put them together and we have another daring combination that will put a spring in your step and some pep to your day.
Kerstin says, “You can also take it back to basics by pairing Hooray up against a white or a soft clean grey backdrop to create a soothing yet energizing statement in a bedroom, lounge or dining area.” And in keeping with serenity, subtly mix touches of Hooray with dusty pink and soft steely blues for a calm but contemporary look.
Kerstin concludes, “Hooray is the kind of colour that, to a lesser degree, shares red’s energising appeal by adding exciting energy to a space or design. This colour is far from shy whether it’s used sparingly or without restraint. So, take the plunge and renergise your space with exciting Hooray!”