Wednesday, December 18, 2013

December Color Combination Inspiration, Round 2

I have another great round of color combinations to share with you today. 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!

Honey / Coral from Duni

Orange / Teal Blue from Grace
Holiday Pink / Green from Edi

Green / Black from Sharla and Paige
Apparently great minds think alike so I had to pull two green / black features for you today.
And finally, I got such a great response to featuring brown / blue again during the first round in December that I had to bring it back for another round right away.
Let's Keep It Going!
What color combinations are you loving right now? Have you experimented with any new color combinations recently?


  1. It just came to me - December/ about silver and white?

  2. You always come up with the best ways to show the color combinations! Love the green and black! How about blue and silver?

  3. Oh, man! Those first and last photos are beautiful! Great finds. I think the combination I've been wearing recently is blue and grey. Sounds weird, but it totally works if they're the right shades!

  4. Wow, that honeycomb fabric is gorgeous! I haven't come across that one before!
    The last pic is wonderful too! Currently wearing - a knitted dress in sand with grey-blue leggings :)

  5. Boom! I love what you picked for black and green! I would totally wear that fabric as a shirt.

    Let's see... since the next one will be in the new year, how about something metallic to celebrate? Either metallic an black or metallic and white.

  6. Fun colors!
    I've been wearing my new coral sweater a lot lately and love it with my brown boots. Makes for a nice color combo.


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