I love how blue gets a bit of a makeover with this understated color palette. Where would you use this color palette? Image by Emily Isabella for Design Love Fest.
Though I usually am drawn to brighter, more saturated color palettes, this muted palette has got me. It’s just so dreamy and ethereal don’t you think?
This color palette reminds me of the transition from summer to fall. The blush pink and persimmon coral colors nod to summer but the muted gravel color hints at the changing of seasons.
Need some color inspiration? This melony coral color pairs perfectly with sand and sage.
This feminine color palette takes on a new life when it’s paired with a neutral, like this gray pebble color.
I don’t know if I’ll ever get tired of the mint and coral blush color combination. The soft hues have just enough saturation to not be too neutral but yet still be soft and dreamy.
I’ve can’t seem to get enough of mint and coral these days and I’m loving the more muted versions in this color palette. Pair it with chartreuse for an unexpected pop of saturated color.
Who said pastel’s have to be boring? This lovely painting is the perfect example. It pairs soft silver and mint colors with bold oranges, golden yellows and saturated pinks.
Rethink purple with this lilac, plum, and ocean mist mint color palette.
I’m usually not a big fan of only cool hued color palettes but I’m loving this mix of seafoam and blues.
This color palette reminds me of both dusk and dawn on the shoreline. The deep indigo color could be the ocean or the sky.
How cure are these little succulent plants? I’m loving how to bright pink pebbles make the soft sage color of the plants pop. These plants would make fun decor for a shower or summer wedding.