Swiss Coffee Colour Palette Designs
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Three Beautiful Palettes for Swiss Coffee
In this video, I demonstrate how to use the colours from my Swiss Coffee Essential Colour Guide as inspiration for creating beautiful interior design palettes with fabrics, wallpaper, hardwood, and countertops for your home.
All the colours I use are included in my Swiss Coffee paint guide. I have come up with three gorgeous combinations, but there are many more ways that you could mix and match to create a design palette that is perfect for you!
Swiss Coffee – Palette Inspiration
Palette 1: Soothing monochromatic
This first colour combination is the most calming pallet of the three. I printed off my Essential Colour Guide for Swiss Coffee and walked through the endless fabric aisles at my Design Centre to find patterns that paired well with the combinations that I put together.
Look at how beautifully these 3 colour tones work together!
I am using this colour combination to find inspiration for fabrics and other home décor finishes. I am not saying you must paint with all these 3 colours, but instead, use them as inspiration for pulling together a design palette.
Here’s what I found:
The first fabric is a fantastic, soft, and pretty floral fabric from JF Fabrics. You could use this fabric for a pillow on your sofa or apply it to some gorgeous drapery. You can see the other neutral-toned materials shown above that could be used for a sofa, a custom ottoman, and/or accent chairs.
Notice how the taupe looped rug sample compliments the fabrics and overall palette? The addition of the wallpaper sample with similar tones can be used to add another layer to your design palette.
Be sure to watch the video above to understand in more detail, why I chose each specific element of the designs.
Your home should always flow from room to room so that it’s clear that your design choices are purposeful. To do this successfully, repeat the same tones into other areas on your main floor.
Hopefully, you can see how I’ve done that with each of these materials by including selections for a kitchen design with the counter selection, backsplash, and a pretty piece of hardware.
Palette 2: Contrasting & Moody
The second palette is slightly more moody with contrasting colours between quite dark and much lighter colours. I love creating contrast in my interior design projects!
Often just one fabric can be my jumping-off point (inspiration) for decorating an entire room, maybe even an entire home!
Palette 3: Bright & Fun
In this final colour and design palette combination, I have saved the bright, bold, and most fun for last!
An exciting combination of 3 colours, again taken straight from the Swiss Coffee Essential Colour Guide.
Once again I picked a fabric first – the one with the dark green circles – and added on to the palette from there.
You can see the orange in this fabric is not as bright as the Adobe Orange and that’s ok. I am trying to show that tones don’t need to be exactly the same when pairing and mixing colours. But you can see how well it all ties together.
I would use all three of these fabrics in the same room just mix and match them. I love adding texture, you can see that here with the sample for the neutral area rug in the top left corner, sitting on top of the hardwood sample.
Putting together palettes combining colour, textures, patterns and materials was certainly made easier using the colour combinations in my Essential Colour Guides. If you get stuck on how to come up with a colour palette for your own projects, my guides can definitely help. Their purpose is to make it less daunting to choose paint colours for your home.
So, which palette was your most favourite? Comment below to share your thoughts on which one you found resonates the most with your interior design style.
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