Whether you are a potential entrepreneur looking for colors inspiration for your brand/business, a passionate designer looking for design inspirations or a fashionista individual seeking for how certain colors of outfits can be put together, this article is meant for you.
#1 – Pastel Fiesta
Pastel hues never go out of style, does it? Coupled with other brighter colors like grapefruit red and pineapple yellow, it is certainly a harmonious blend of colors. This color palette exudes a friendly and feminine vibe that no one can resist.
#2 – Zesty Splash
Having hues of green, red and a little of the neutral earthy tones is definitely refreshing and rejuvenating. Notice how the key colors that are eye-catching in this image are red and green? Doesn’t this remind you of a festive season! Surely, this is a possible color palette for you to consider when you have to use.
#3 – Creamy Avocado
Have you ever seen the perfect ripen avocado kind of green? It’s so friendly as though it’s saying ‘hello!’ to us, just like the image above. The perfect healthy kind of leafy green!
#4 – Woody Saturday
A warm neutral tone that is closely associated with wood textures. Hues of this color in its darkest shade are occasionally used as a substitution for black in backgrounds or typography.
#5 – Caramel Forest
Now, let’s mix it up a little! This is exactly how I would picture a tinge of woodiness and gloominess on a Monday morning.
#6 – Caribbean Blue
Did you know? Blue is the only primary color that is within the cool spectrum of colors! This means that those colors are created by combining blue with a warm color; for instance, mixing red and blue gives you purple and a mixture of yellow and blue gives you an undeniably healthy color – green!
#7 – Bare Berries
Who knew that putting these colors – yellow, green, red, black and grey can be so pleasing to the eye? It’s certainly a color palette that you can use as a reference in your future projects!
#8 Breezy Picnic
A color used frequently to represent calmness, in its lighter shades it can be extremely refreshing and friendly. Of course, it will never go wrong when put together with a warm light brown shade like Peru.
#9 – Tropical Delight
Tip: Use warm colors like orange to reflect liveliness, spontaneity and optimism! The color instantly stands out when put together with a cool bluish tone.
#10 – Blissful Coral
Application of both cool and warm tones forms a modernistic mix. Furthermore, the use of coral tones is absolutely warming and inviting, allowing the red color to pop in this image.
#11 – Aegean Blue
The color of blue is strongly associated with water and sky thus, it is unquestionably a color palette that symbolizes adventure and exploration! As usual, we always need a pop of color like the fiery brick red in every image.
#12 – Ruby Woo
Red is an exceptionally interesting color. Why do I say so? It’s the color of blood, representing prosperity and happiness (in mainly eastern cultures) and it’s associated with not just fire but love and passion as well. It is also an indication of danger and signifies importance of something. In a nutshell, red is a powerful color and can possibly have an overwhelming effect if it’s overused in its purest form. Hence, this color palette is a great example reminding you to balance it out with a tinge of feminine pink and energetic orange.
#13 – Amethyst Thistle
Just like Lavender, the color of purple has calming and soothing attributes as it inherits that from the primary color of blue. Lighter shades of purple are softer and are associated with romance. Thus, it will never go wrong if you wish to tone down the overall colors in your designs or to achieve a friendlier and softer image.
#14 – Wheaty Gingerbread
This is an example of a monochrome combination – when different shades of one hue are put together. This palette exhibits an organic/raw feel and if that’s what you are going for, feel free to use it as reference for your projects.
#15 – Cerulean Slate
This color palette is the epitome of freedom with a tinge of creativity. Blue tones represent the color of the skies and thus conveys a sense of absolute freedom. Whereas, purple and orangey tones signify creativity and imagination. A great palette as reference if you are looking for designs inspiration from ground zero.
#16 – Sun-sational Vacation
What more can I say? This color palette is undoubtedly sen-sational! I really love this combination of the pale yellow with sky blue. It screams “SUMMER IS HERE!”.
#17 – Pina Colada
This color palette embodies the feeling of fun, hope and youth. With a good mix of the rainbow colors, it inevitably makes one feel hopeful for the future. A color palette that represents optimism and being forward-looking.
#18 – Rustic Mahogany
No colors are too dim that even a splash of yellow and blue can’t help to brighten things up a little. You can always trust a lovely turquoise and sunshine yellow color.
#19 – Flirty Flamingo
Pink stands for femininity and is associated with gentle and endearing type of love. It is linked to hope and innocence and putting it together with a tint of blue is an infallible color palette.
#20 – Blistering Beach
Summer is often associated with poolside and beach activities where people go to for a break and relaxation purposes. That’s where you will see many vibrant colors that will perk you up on a bad day.
#21 – Twilight Hues
Looking for a more muted and toned-down color palette? Here it is! A cast of the sunset rays with dandelion feathers gives us the subdued colors that is perfect for channeling your inner zen.
#22 – Cosmopolitan Mix
Who would know that it’s a cocktail if it’s not bursting with these vibrant and vivid colors?
#23 – Vividly Fresh
What are melons popsicles? (Say it real fast). YES PLEASE. These colors totally scream fun, fresh and summer time!
#24 – Smoothie-licious Vibrant
The combination of red, orange and yellow hues against any shades of white background spells deliciously vibrant!
#25 – Sparkling Punch
Lastly, take some time off to celebrate summer with a dash of sparkling juice and appreciate the vivacious colors of the season!