No, it’s not black, orange, lime green, and purple. Sorry Halloween! It’s closely related to orange, but a lot more approachable.
Over the past decade and a half, we’ve seen people move away from warmer tones with grays and blues. It’s nice to see a resurgence of warmer palettes.
We’re constantly finding ourselves inspired by rich earth tones, like a deep burnt umber, a little more rusty sienna, and a peachy tone that’s soft and slightly desaturated.
Warm. Deep. Rich.
Soft Muted Tones.
Burnt. Earthy. Natural.