Beth’s Color Palette
Nate Berkus Palette
Neutrals; Timeless, quiet, understated and classic.
This beautiful collection of images is from the Nate Berkus collection for Fabricut. Here he uses greys, blacks, beiges and off white, the building blocks of the neutral color palette.
Neutrals make an excellent canvas for bold pops of color. Using a combination of textures; brilliant metal, faux fur, smooth wood creates a naturally organic atmosphere.
Brights: colorful, dramatic, exuberant and inspiring!!!
Fabricut presents a collection from Isabelle de Borchgrave, a world renowned artist and sculptor. She is inspired by her love of textiles, history and fashion, which is evident in this collection of photos.
This exciting color palette reflects global influences. It’s a rebellion against the industrial revolution and strives to celebrate the folkloric crafts by keeping heritage techniques alive.
Sarah’s Color Palette
What’s more indicative of spring than vibrant green leaves against a spectacular blue sky? I can’t think of anything else, especially after this winter! And add some crisp, white blooms and spring has sprung.
This color palette evokes the power of the sea. It can easily stand on
it’s own or can be happily paired with other colors like yellow or orange. In doubt about this theme? Look around, sources of inspiration will be in abundant supply this season.
Laura’s Color Palette
Pantone color of the year, Radiant Orchid, is a fusion of fuchsia with purple and pink undertones.
This fun purple can be used on your walls or in flowers to bring a pop of spring color to your home. Don’t limit this bright to just your living space, your wardrobe, afternoon cocktails, and your decorating accents are screaming out for the fun of fuchsia and orchid palettes.