Color Scheme Ideas to Take Inspiration From
Are you planning to start a blog or launch a website for your business soon?
If you haven’t picked a color scheme yet, now may be the best time to do it. Colors play a crucial role in getting and retaining the attention of your target audience. It aids in expressing your unique individuality and solidifying your brand identity. Of course, it also gives your visitors a better overall user experience.
Here are eight ideas that you can use or get you started.
1 Beautiful Earth
Warm, inviting, and easy on the eyes, it's not difficult to love Green and Brown. These colors represent life and growth best in color psychology. They are commonly associated with stability, and are a favorite among environmental and ecological websites as well.
2 Calm Seas
Blue represents many things, the most popular of which are calmness, masculinity, or productivity (depending on the hue). Mixing Blue with gorgeous Teals can give off this relaxing vibe perfect for summer travel blogs, beach resort websites, or travel agency booking platforms.
3 Citrus Candy
To bold, fun-loving, and spunky individuals, here's a color scheme that might fit your personality; Citrus Candy. Bright and light orange tones, with hints of Fuschia or Pink, would be perfect for beauty salons, beauty blogs, and juice bar websites.
4 Greater Heights
There is no doubt that cool and darker shades of Blue are ideal for anything related to business or aviation because it suggests loyalty and security. But aside from being the best option for techies, these hues are also commonly used in laundry and water station businesses, as they suggest cleanliness.
5 Tropical Glam
If you love the tropics mixed with the glitz and glam, you know what theme to pick: Tropical Glam. To achieve this, all you need are toned down shades of Green and Light Green, hints of Yellow Gold, and Baby Pink accents. Feel free to add Gold or sparkly elements if you feel like being extra, and of course, be sure to incorporate palm leaves or Monstera.
6 Good Fortune
Asian lucky charms stores were my inspiration for the Good Fortune palette. It naturally exudes strength, elegance, wealth, and exclusivity. This color scheme is the best bet for your feng shui blog, online jewelry store, premium photography business, or your Asian mart (toned Red and Gold mixed with oriental patterns make a stunning combination).
7 Future Forward
If you want your website to have a sleek, futuristic, and “next-level” feel, you will never go wrong with Grayish Black paired with Electric and Neon Blues. They’re friendly to the eyes and are welcoming. The combination is not too flashy, but it commands respect and attention, something you can use for your software development service website or artificial intelligence blog.
8 Think Pink
Are you feeling fab and feminine? There is no doubt that Pink is the color for you, but you don’t want to be overdoing it, so mixing it up with light Pink, Magenta, and a warm Tan will do the trick to keep it professional. You can also incorporate additional elements such as a bit of glitter for some personality.
9 Tranquil Tangerine
Tangerine combined with modest Greens and Cream accents never fails to create a timeless vibe perfect for those who love a bit of nature and a bit of zest. Fit for plant blog owners, fashion websites, or home decor online stores, these colors won’t let you down.
I may be sharing a few more ideas next time for your reference, but for now, this will do.
♡ Which theme did you like the most? ♡