Monochromatic colour schemes are derived from a single base hue and extended using its shades, tones, and tints. This theme is achieved by using white Christmas decorations with shades and darker colours, grey or black. Monochromatic colour schemes provide opportunities in art and visual communications design as they allow for a greater range of contrasting tones that can be used to attract attention.
Christmas Decorating Ideas
Fizzco has been Chantry Place’s Christmas partner for five years, and our latest creation is out of this world! In 2020 they had a new scene which completely transformed the shopping centre. This particular scheme includes different Christmas decorations in royal blue and gold. This colour combination is a stunning and lavish design.
Fizzco, a Lincoln-based company, aims to make Lincolns most iconic destinations bloom this summer with a unique pop-up selfie opportunity.
Fizzco is a commercial display design and installation company that specialise in bespoke commercial creations. They want to make their local community flourish by adding a wonderful flower arch and selfie opportunity.
When decorating and styling your event, business, venue, or location, it is essential to consider how interior and exterior lighting can, directly or indirectly, affect the appearance and atmosphere.
Christmas preparations will soon be in full swing, but whilst it is a unique and special time of the year, it is not always the most environmentally friendly. Here are a couple of simple things you can do to create an eco-friendly Christmas without missing out on creating and enjoying the festive magic.1.When sourcing your […]
The first decorating colour that comes to mind for many of us during the Christmas season is red. Once winter comes around, red is distinctly the colour of Christmas. The colour red features in many of our favourite Christmas traditions and stories, Santa’s suit, Rudolph’s nose, and candy canes.
What’s more welcoming than a wreath? Since the late 1830s, people have been hanging them on their doors to welcome in the season of Advent. There’s a lot to be said for their greenery and the way it can provide a welcome sight around the festive season. Originally used by the Ancient Greeks, the grand look and design can make even the drabbest door look full of Christmas cheer.
They say colour is a real leveller. It can mean the difference between feeling warm and contented or cold and alone. When it comes to Christmas, we obviously want the former effect when we think of festive displays and decorations. There’s a lot to be said for picking well when it comes to colours at Christmas. If you care about trends then doubly so. What then, are this year’s must-have colours?