Wednesday, February 6, 2013

February Color Combination Inspiration, Round 1

Welcome to another edition of color combination inspiration!  I hope that you're able to find something here that sparks a new idea of some sort for your creative endeavors.  As always, I've done my best to mix up the subjects that I feature.  You can pull color combinations from any source for literally any type of creative project.  Click on the photos to visit the original sources.  Enjoy!

I'm mixing things up a little bit today and sharing a Polyvore set that I created with turquoise and brown.

Turquoise and Brown for Winter

Silver / Black from Edi
Red / Green But Not Christmas from Sharla

Red / Brown / Off White from Ann

Shades of Blue with Gold from Judy

Let's keep it going!
What color combinations are you loving right now?  Have you experimented with any new color combinations recently?


  1. I love the turquoise and brown winter combo - one of my favorites! Thanks for sharing. :)

  2. I love that necklace you chose for my black and silver!
    And I love the reds and greens together...Sharla is right that they're great together for more than just Christmas.

    I just got to create an album with teal and charcoal gray...loved it!

  3. I have be using a burgundy/ gold/ black combination!
    From this set, I think I like the red/ brown/ off white!

  4. Hee hee, "red and green but not Christmas." It's so true.

    I've been sourcing materials for an all-emerald line (thanks, Pantone) so how about green and gold? Or several shades of green together?

  5. I knew you'd find a red and green combo! I love what you found! How about a purple and red combo that doesn't look like the Red Hat ladies? :)

  6. That bowl is so cool! I don't think I've really played with new colors recently.

  7. The turquoise & brown combination is great! Lovely dress!

  8. green and red not Christmas is a favorite of mine.
    love seeing the various combinations.

  9. Love those boots in the top photo! Pretty and practical.


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