12 Brand New Palettes for Color Lovers

I fall in love with a new palette about once per month. Playing with colour is a daily exercise. Such as the mixing of flavors in cooking, mixing the ideal colors can reveal something new and fresh.

I prefer colour combinations which are unexpected. They’re just more interesting. Should you like to plan ahead and you are already thinking about your next project for the new season, think about a fresh palette for your house. Listed below are a couple of of my current favorites — for today!

Tobi Fairley Interior Design

Delft blue and chartreuse. This might be the colour combination for you if you like to be reminded of the sea. It’s a trendy and casual combination which works best in areas with a great deal of sunshine.

Rachel Reider Interiors

Red and turquoise. That really is a case of opposites attracting. The hot vibe of crimson is cooled by turquoise, a favorite water color. Consider this palette for a guest bedroom. I think walls in crimson, such as Benjamin Moore’s Country Redwood, would be fun also.

Deborah French Designs

Pumpkin orange and blue. I’ve said it a hundred times: Orange looks good with everything. I truly love it here with blue. This combination feels kind of classic to me. I especially like the worldwide vibe of the floor cushions with this colour palette.

Tobi Fairley Interior Design

Aqua and coral. This is one of my all-time favorite palettes; these two colors always feel refreshing to me. They remind me of Miami in summer. Would you find a flamingo from an aqua-blue skies?

Cecilie Starin Design Inc..

Apricot and brown. This soft colour of orange seems just like a neutral, especially when paired with brown. Together they have a subtle kick. Consider this palette for a casual reading place or master bedroom. These colors look great with a great deal of nubby linen fabrics.

Martha O’Hara Interiors

Warm gray and pale blue. Pair gray which has warm undertones with a gentle blue in an area with bright light. Try Revere Pewter HC-172 by Benjamin Moore to your Great warm gray. This is a frequent palette for a Swedish-style interior.

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Tucker & Marks

French blue and pale yellow. If you’re trying to find a very traditional palette, these colors are for you. This palette looks fantastic with warm woods and pale walls.

Charmean Neithart Interiors

Soft plum and turquoise. I’ve proven a gentle plum velvet here, but any plum seems fantastic with turquoise. Try to pair similar weights of colour to your very best result.

Tucker & Marks

Gold and black. This is an elegant and grown-up colour. I love to use modest doses of black in every area, since it anchors the distance. Use black as a foundation, then build up with lighter colors. Gorgeous!

Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs

Red and pink. If you like Valentine’s Day, then here is the palette. Red is serious and warm; the pink warms up it a little. Additionally, the red retains the pink from feeling like a kid’s space.

Laura U, Inc..

Orange and pink. What could be a happier colour combination than orange and pink? This palette isn’t for the faint of the heart. It’s whimsical and daring. Consider this great colour combination for a tween girl’s room or a space with bright white walls.

Anthony Baratta LLC

Rainbow. Just can’t decide on an area palette since you love all colors? Yes, a rainbow palette can work if you’re a true color enthusiast. Notice that this designer paired the colors as they actually show up in the rainbow.

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