When you say Fall color, people typically gravitate towards the spicy oranges, bright reds and Autumn browns. There are so many other colors to consider instead of the usual Fall color palette you just have to look around.
Here’s a photo I took today at the local park. After viewing the photo a bit, I realized that the colors in the photo are very close to a palette (shown) I just chose for a client.
You can see so many colors in the changing leaves and in the flora in this picture. Just like the palette shown, you’ll see anything from soft blue to muted reds – you just have to look a little deeper.
Strong blue water will be there year round but pair it up with a softer gold of the weeds or a muted red found in the leaves for a unique combination.
Look at what happens to the red leaves when they are past their peak – they get a little muddy as they loose their brightness. Still, a very good Fall color to use just not the typical one we are used to seeing.
From softer gold to muddy reds, these are all Fall colors we can enjoy. Just look closely at your color inspiration for unique or unusual color combos.