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We all have our favourite colours and colours that we prefer to have in certain areas of our homes, but how do we best create a complete colour scheme? If we are looking for harmony or some contrast, then the best tool we can use is the colour wheel. The first colour wheel was produced by Sir Isaac Newton in 1666. Since then, the basic colour wheel, which presents a sequence of pure hues arranged logically, has always been helpful.   Primary Colours A three-part colour wheel depicting the three primary colours is a good place to start. In traditional colour theory the primary colours of red, yellow, and blue can’t be formed by any combination of other colours. All other colours are derived from these three.   Secondary Colours By adding the secondary colours of green, orange and purple, we now have a six-part wheel. The three additional colours are produced by