See your guide to branding with complementary colors here!
See the full post for colored walls in Northern Utah here!
Blue and Orange
Kayla and I both love bright colors, so finding this blue wall it was so easy to bring Kayla along! I love blue and orange together, using the bright versions of these colors can show how fun and great your business is. People associate blue with trust, confidence and clarity. Orange depicts enthusiasm, creativity, friendliness! Kayla really does embody all of those things, so it was perfect!
Pink and Blue
I absolutely love the way pink and blue complement each other. They aren’t “technically” complementary colors when it comes to the color wheel, but I love them together anyways. Kayla was sweet enough to do two walls with me! I had someone that had to cancel last minute on the project, so I called Kayla and she happily obliged!
Pink is associated with femininity, warmth, nurturing, and sweetness. Using pink can be a really great way to showcase what you want to portray in your business.
Well, if you’ve visited my website just once, you know how much I love Kayla Livingston and her message with Autointune. I did her website and branding a few months back! Autointune is all about healing and art. AND 15% of all her sales go towards a non profit of your choice. Kayla creates beautiful works of art and even has a coloring book coming out!! Her work is really clever, cute, and a lot of the stuff she writes comes from her own head. I wish I could write like she does.
Kayla is a long-distance, olympic level, optimist. Kayla was diagnosed with hashimotos in late 2014, and has been on a mission to learn and heal ever since. Autointune has become her creative outlet! One thing I love about her entrepreneur spirit is that she just really doesn’t care about likes and followers. She does what she does, no matter about the attention on money. She’s doing this for her and if she helps others, she’s happy too!
I asked Kayla where she gets so much inspiration from, she said,
“My inspirations are my deepest fears, my highest joys, and my never ending, spewing fountain of feelings. One of my mantras is When in Doubt, Let it Out. Writing and Drawing are hugely therapeutic when I am addressing the glorious mess that is my head, my heart, and the world.If my disease has taught me anything, it’s that keeping all my thoughts, insights and feelings inside myself isn’t good for me.Our gifts aren’t meant to stay still. They are meant to be used.”
Blue wall: Here
Pink wall: Here