This palette provides neutral tones with splashes of color that are characteristic of a tribe. The combinations include tones such as sand-colored, burnt orange and beige.
[one_half] [/one_half] [one_half_last]Inspired by different cultures, these colors offer what I consider a rustic palette of neutral tones with natural accents such as orange, berry and goblin blue. This is a palette that might be used by homeowners as they prepare to sell their homes, but wanting to add some trendy looks, and then adapt it to their new environment.
But as I said before – with any trend, think before you jump in. Color trends can be great, but how does the color make you feel? Just because it’s a “hot” color, doesn’t mean it’s the right one for you. Understand the psychology of the colors you are choosing, and whether they are the right colors for your room. [/one_half_last] [clear] [one_fourth]
Sand Color Decor
Burnt Orange Decor
Psychology of Colors
- sophisticated [/custom_list]
- support [/custom_list] [/one_half]
- uplifting [/custom_list]
- sense of belonging
- wholesome [/custom_list] [/one_half_last]
[clear] Check out our Pinterest boards for some ideas on how these colors have been incorporated into home decor.