Now, let’s talk about neutral colour palettes, such as beige/cream or grey. These two colour schemes are on opposite ends of the spectrum, so we never mix them. When working with a neutral palette, you can play around with the colours you incorporate. If you have a cream base there are so many options you can add, shades like blue, green, plum, burgundy, or coral complement the neutral beige palette perfectly. On the other hand, with a grey palette we might explore monochrome options like black and white, or introduce colours such as rust or light blue. The key is to avoid blending cream and grey together since they have different undertones. As cream is yellow-based and grey is blue-based. This means when the colours are paired together and photographed, they don’t harmonise well. So, have fun playing with colours within the neutral palette, as long as you avoid mixing cream and grey.