5 Fall Color Palettes to Help You Hail the Great Pumpkin

These fall color palettes bring out the best tones of fall. They’re inspired by my favorite cool weather sensations — from buttery-leather boots to crisp cider.

Fall Color Palettes

Sometimes, I need to shake up my designs with a seasonal selection of colors. Bright orange or apple red may seem like obvious choices. But there are so many browns, blues, and greens — even pinks — to bring to your autumn designs.

Pumpkin Patch

Inspired by the rich tones of golden hour, I pulled these colors from my pumpkin patch images. They capture the orange of the shells against the soft brown of dry corn stalks. It’s a perfect palette for outdoorsy designs like a farmer’s market.

Brown & Bluster

Not to get all “American Beauty” but, have you ever just watched the wind pick up items and blow them about. That’s my fall feeling — inspiring these tones.

Farm & Festival

Although COVID-19 has caused many community events to cancels, virtual versions can capture the same spirit. I collected these colors from my favorite festivals, full of rich weather-beaten tones.

Baking Bread

Inspired by those familiar ovenside moments, this collection of colors is inspired by the comfort of baking bread. They’re warm and friendly — the perfect hues for a customer service business.

Cozy Sweater

Finally, my fall color palettes wouldn’t be complete without the soft call of a cable-knit sweater. These colors pick up the tones from your favorite oversized and overworn snuggle bundle. They’re easy to use as accents within creative projects.

Stay Inspired by Fall

You can download or pin the full set here.

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Published by Danielle

I'm a writer and artist in Lynchburg, Virginia.

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