You know how you take a picture of a colorful scene or stumble across a space you see online and you just fall in love with the color palette? It happens to me all the time. Often it’s an image I’ve snapped while I’m out and about, other times it’s a striking room, tablescape, or vignette I store in my inspiration files on Pinterest. Well, there’s an easy way to create a digital color palette from your inspiration images in a few steps.
I’ve sung the praises of Pixlr here and here – it’s a online photo editing program very similar to Photoshop Elements (not a paid or sponsored post, I just dig it!). Pixlr has a great tool you can use to pull colors from your favorite photos to create digital color palettes. If you’re in need of inspiration for a room redesign, here’s a fun way to do it.
I shot the above image of some cute little kids playing on the beach in So Cal a few weeks ago. I loved the whole scene, especially the oranges, corals, and blues and the sandy colors too – the perfect summer scene. To create the color palette you see to the right, I followed these simple steps.Pin It
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