13 High-Energy Color Palettes to Try This Year

These fresh color combinations not only play well together, they will instantly energize any space — large or small. Here are more than a dozen invigorating color pairings you have to try in 2018.

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Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Gray + Peach + White

This color combination is all about balance. The crisp, white and moody gray help keep the pretty peach in check. Go with lighter shades of peach for a more sophisticated look or vibrant shades for a younger look.

Dusty Violet + Light Aqua

Pretty and feminine without being overly girly, violet and aqua paired with a crisp, clean white feel chic and cheerful. Look for this combo in bedding and throw pillows.

Fuchsia + Aegean Blue + Ivory

You can't help but perk up when you spot this version of pink and blue together. They work well because they're playful, cheery and a little bit bohemian, too.

Plum + Pale Peach + Metallics

Despite a deep shade of purple, this unexpected combination still feels light and airy. Metallic elements amp up the glam factor by at least 300 percent (approximately).

Poppy Red + Hot Pink

If you love pink and red, then you're in luck! Together, these two hues play very well together. The key is to go bright with the red and hot with the pink. This pretty color combo works best when paired with white furniture or neutral walls so that it doesn't feel like a Valentine's Day card imploded all over your space.

Navy Blue + Gray + Lime

If you already have gray or greige walls, then this color combo is an easy way to amp up your decor. Whether it's a gorgeously graphic rug or a few bold accessories, this mashup adds a little fashion-forward flair.

Magenta + Silver + White

If you like pinks and purples but aren't quite ready to commit to a full-on color scheme, try introducing a bold color like magenta against white. It's clean, bright and slightly feminine.

Chartreuse + Aqua + Ivory

Refreshingly sophisticated, this trio is energizing without going over the top. These bright hues are perfect for bedrooms, outdoor spaces and kitchens.

Ballet Pink + Celadon Green

This perky, eye-pleasing palette puts a fresh spin on a prepster classic. It's more desert-chic than country club, and we love that it works in practically every room in the house.

Rust + Sky Blue + White

Although a classic duo, blue and white can get a little predictable. Add a rusty red or orange element into the mix and everything becomes more graphic and modern. For a cozy adult spin, use plenty of natural textures through rugs, window treatments and accessories.

Jade Green + Turquoise + Royal Blue

This mix of jewel-toned deliciousness works on so many levels. While it may be too much for a whole room color scheme, in small doses this combination packs a sophisticated punch.

Lilac + Black + Cream

When paired with neutral furnishings, this combo comes off as a little adventurous yet totally grounded. It's also a great way to try out the purple trend without a ton of commitment.

Orange + Brown + Cream

This earthy trio is crisp, clean and modern without feeling cold. A warm palette like this works well on walls and trim, or look for it in bedding, wallpaper and rugs.