I teach workshops all over the U.S. and hear over and over from quilters that they struggle knowing what colors go together. They struggle to pull a color palette for a project and often only feel confident about their fabric selection if it is from a kit, precut, or all from the same fabric collection. If that sounds familiar, you are in the right place! There are 2 key traits that play into being able to pull together an original color palette that you love and know looks great: science…
A fresh, calm palette created in one tonality of colors. Various shades of blue are able to vivify any room. Deep, pure blue in combination with light blue make it possible to extend the space visually. The darker shades are wonderful to be used while decorating, for example, well lighted hall. Besides, with the help of such color gamma you may create an original monochrome interior.
Monochrome pink palette emanates tenderness and romance. It can be used in the design of festive decor: easy and free. It is perfect for creating of make-up in pink hues, highlighting the natural freshness of the skin.
The charming gamma in the colors of the leopard skin is, first of all, a fashionable print that always has many fans. It will help create both a daring image of a panther woman and an original safari-style interior.
A neutral and balanced color palette that would be gorgeous for interiors, masculine branding design, boy nursery, etc. I love the combination of lighter neutrals and how they pair with deeper hues. Let me know what you think!