Get inspired with these colour palettes for your home
They say yellow is the colour of happiness so why not spread joy with your colour scheme! Adopt this burning yellow to your walls to guarantee a smile on your face everytime you step into a room.
Reconnect with your feminine side, step out of the convention and adopt a lemonade pink to your palette. Whether it's your walls you're painting in Pale Dogwood or your furniture, we're sure the colour will look gorgeous in your home!
We find Hazelnut to be an especially beautiful shade for your textiles. Adopt this colour to your sheets or curtains to ensure your home is always looking fresh and classic. You can't go wrong with this colour!
There's something about this colour that makes furniture look vintage and rooms look lively! If that's the aura you're aiming for, Island Paradise is the colour for you!
Are you an environmentalist? This next colour is named especially for you! Greenery is a flawless colour when it comes to decor such as sofas, chairs and lamps.
Feel like striking a flame of passion in your house? Equip your colour scheme with Flame. This fierce red colour is not only empowering but also simply stunning. Painting your front door in Flame will definitely send a message to anyone who knocks at your door.
I'm a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world… Pink Yarrow gets us humming that song everytime we spare it a glance. This colour is a risky one, but if you're up for the challenge; we're sure your choice will pay off!
Inspired after the niagara falls, the Niagara shade is absolutely beautiful when it comes to sofas, vases and textiles. Although we don't recommend it for your walls, due to its dark nature, if you prefer dark surroundings; it might just do the trick for you!
With Kale being on pretty much every menu in America, we shouldn't be surprised it has earned a spot in colour schemes too. This kale shade is beautiful when colour blocked against a bright colour. Try it!
Your house can now be as blue as the stone this last colour is modeled after! Opt for a lapis blue when looking for a pop of colour in your rooms. This shade is risque enough to offer some charm to your home but safe to the point of being foul-proof.
We can't wait for Spring to come along so we can incorporate some of these colours to our scheme. What do you think?