This pretty pale color palette is everything.
I’ve never liked neutrals or fall colors, but this nude palette somehow combines both and takes them up a notch into something more sophisticated. A better version of both, if you ask me. I’m so in love with these colors that I created a little workbook with color swatches and web numbers (I even made up names and pulled colors from the images, because that’s my idea of fun). You can either save for future reference, or pin to go along with the mood board. I designed the logos, and included font names in the workbook as well. The nude logo was created for the post, the Grey Jones Logo is for a custom client. I halfway think this is my sneaky and subtle way of creating yet another pink mood board, because there is quite a bit of blush in there. Everything looks better with a little pink, no?
Some of the swatch book names I had fun coming up with: Spun Sugar, Champagne Fizz, Melon Ball, Pale Ginger, Iced Mocha, Coconut Water, Sheer Cotton, Salted Carmel, Pastel Grey, Creamy Blush.
I used Adobe Illustrator to create this mood board / color palette, but Canva and Pic Monkey have options for making them online. There are lots of ways to pull colors from images, and I use Software called Color Snapper (for Mac, you can get it in the app store).
Along with updating my (long-overdue-website-so -long-in-fact-that-I’m-tired -of saying-it), I will be offering some new services, and removing some as well. One of the things I’ll be offering is Brand Coaching, which, in short, means that I will look over your brand identity and tell you exactly what needs to be done in order to refine and elevate your business. You will end up with clarity, simplicity, and a smart beautiful brand that you have full control of. If I can answer any questions before that info is added to our site, please feel free to contact me: email@example.com.
*all moodboard images sourced from the Deluxemodern Lifestyle + Design Pinterest board, with the exception of the pink house. I took that while hanging out of a car window while in San Francisco. (it was a pink house, what else could I do)?