Top 3 Favorite Color Palette Resource Go-Tos

Below are my top 3 favorite websites for exploring the vast world of colors and color combinations. These are my go-tos. Enjoy.

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Design Seeds

Jessica started Design Seeds as a unique angle at blogging based on her passion for color. If you haven’t nosed your way around the color palette hemisphere on the world wide web, you must check out her site. I always stop by the site and take a peek when I’m stumped with a color palette, branding, or inspirational challenge. You can even search for the RGB #s if you have them for a particular color and explore the connected palette options.

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Sherwin-Williams

Has anyone seen their TV commercials lately? How adorable are they?! Their site is pretty fab too and you can “Find & Explore Colors.” Shop by different collections like “The Jazz Age” (see photo above), paint swatch groups like “Rustic Refined“, and don’t forget about the ridiculously gorgeous interior and exterior home photography (drool).

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Adobe Kuler

Wanna play? Get ready. Kuler is an outstanding color wheel tool to help you find the right color grouping you are looking for. The glider bars let you slide a particular color and the adjacent bars move in connection with it. It finds the perfect analogous, monochromatic, triad, complementary, compound or shades based on the color bar you have moved along the color wheel. If anything, it’s a boredom buster. Go try it.