It’s the Summer of Color Palettes
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Ready to revamp your flower box for the summer? Determining which color palette you want to use is important for creating a harmonious design and setting the tone/mood for your garden. Whether you want to bring out the warm earth tones such as reds, golden yellows, and oranges or turn up the brightness with lively purples and yellows, here are a few palettes that will bring your garden to life.
This palette of hot colors is sure to make your garden glow in the evenings as the late sunshine pours over these beautiful, rich sunset hues. These warm tones are sure to amplify the beauty of summer and attract a plethora of pollinators including hummingbirds and butterflies.
Rich and Earthy
This palette of earth tones will remind you of an old, relaxing country farm. The dark browns and brick reds complement the orange and mustard colors wonderfully and are subtle enough to bring out the greens in your yard or the shades of color in your rustic building materials.
Summer in France
This classic palette is filled with gold and purple colors that complement each other perfectly. The brighter shades will add a sense of liveliness to your garden and glow wonderfully against any green backdrop.
Which palette is your favorite?
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