Part 3: Colour BlockingEven the op shops are doing this!
People will always be attracted to their favourite colours and let’s not forget the emotional impact that colours give us. So, entice customers into your stall by showering them with some colour and trigger the receptors in their brain.
If working with a large range of colours, blocking should be carried out from light to dark and left to right to ensure balance is maintained. If your product range is neutral or you have a limited colour in your range, choose colours that harmonise well with each other and balance the display that way.
|Image used with permission from Bibs for Dummies|
Next Post: Tell a story
Part 1: Grouping and Repetition
Part 2: Order and Balance
Part 3: Colour Blocking
Part 4: Tell a Story
Part 5: Focal point and Height
Part 6: Be different!
Part 7: Lighting and Safety
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