color pallete

Kirsten Grove

runway to color palette: punches of color

Sometimes I find myself craving color. Especially when the weather around me is gloomy and grey. Color can add big personality, character, motivation and has been proven to spark creativity. Adding the right color to a space can feel hard and overwhelming to some. Always remember that when working with a color palette, opposite hues are called complementary colors. Meaning they work together. Some of the most unexpected color palettes can make the most beautiful moments. For instance, this jacket has quite a few colors happening, but it works so well. And put into a room, you’ve got a modern, fresh space with lots of rich colors. Here’s the look.

Products: Teakettle, Sofa, Bookends, Chair, Blanket. For even more finds inspired by this palette, go here.

Color Inspiration: Turtleneck.
Lamp Room Gray is a nice warm gray that will compliment most colors.

Color Inspiration: Jacket.
Try Book Room Red for upholstered pieces (like the chair above) and even an accent wall.

Color Inspiration: Jacket.
For accessories that will make a big accent, find pieces with a hue similar to Fowler Pink.

Color Inspiration: Jacket.
Cooking Apple will look super stylish in art, accessories, patterns and even upholstered pieces.

Bonus: For other furniture pieces, find inspiration in Plummett.

Photo via Lucky Magazine. Paint via Farrow & Ball.