Since Cino's favorite color is purple (and I won't paint his room purple!), this is his color scheme. I'll try to make a "manly" room out of peacock colors: blues and teals with a splash of purple to make him happy.
These colors are so scrumptious together—just like the fall flavors of caramel, apples, cinnamon, and oranges. Keep reds and greens from looking too Christmasy by choosing a lighter green and mixing in patterned neutrals
Warm neutrals are evolving from the Taupe Japanese collections to a fresh new interpretation that feels more urban than country. Clean neutrals that represent sand, linen, muslin, and flax are accented with darker shades of warm grays. Try mixing them with a pop of hot spicy colors, such as Cinnamon, Cayenne, or a small unexpected accent of Peacock Teal. These also work well with a base color of Charcoal as a background or sashing. **(Click to see which fabrics we featured in this…
Pick Your Palette: 5 Tips for Choosing a Color Scheme
If you look closely, flowers are complex (and subsequently beautiful) in their colors and patterns. Learn from nature by pairing different shades of one color with a few standout colors. Subtle prints add interest without distracting from the design.
Selecting a color palette for your quilt or sewing project doesn’t have to be hard. Inspiration is everywhere! See how to choose fabrics for your quilt with tips from nature, fashion, and even home decor.