Winter Color Crush: Warm Up With These 5 Color Palettes
12/05/2022 | Marni Mervis |
With the oﬃcial start of winter quickly approaching, we’re taking a look at some winter-inspired color palettes to help warm up this holiday season. Whether you’re keeping busy with the hectic holiday rush or choosing to use this time to slow down, here are ﬁve color palettes to end your year on a creative note.
This ﬁrst winter color crush palette is inspired by adventurous days in the snow and exploring parts unknown. This winter palette highlights deep greens and blues found in nature, along with a rustic brown.
Coastal surroundings provide the inspiration for winter color crush palette number two. This deeply moody color palette reminds us that while winter days may be short, they are no less magical than those of summer. Winter colors here include dark and light blue, black and olive green.
Warming up on a cold winter’s day provides the inspiration for our third winter color crush palette. The soothing colors of a cozy bath are highlighted here, including natural wood tones and amber, along with a delicate light green and yellow tone.
Christmas trees and holly abound during the winter season. With this in mind, our fourth winter color crush palette brings those colors to the forefront—along with a pop of a rather unexpected hue.
When it comes to winter, sometimes all you want to do is curl up with a cup of hot cocoa. Which is why our ﬁfth and ﬁnal winter color crush palette takes inspiration from the sweet treats of the winter season. From milky browns to candy reds and more, this palette will have you warmed up in no time.
Whichever winter color palette catches your eye, we hope you are feeling inspired to warm up your home for the holidays.
Want to explore a winter palette of your own? Dunn-Edwards is here to help you ﬁnd the colors that best suit your next project. Get clear on your color choices for the winter season by using our Dunn-Edwards InstaColor® app. Simply upload a photo from your own library or use one from ours and give your room an instant digital makeover to get a better sense of the colors that best ﬁt your design needs.
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