10 Of-the-Moment Fall Color Palettes to Try

Silver? Black? Powder blue? They may not seem like traditional fall colors, but when we pair them with cranberry tones and deep shades of green, they shine throughout the season. Take a look at our top 10 palette picks for fall.

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August 21, 2015
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Green + Violet + Cranberry

Try layering shades of grassy and mossy greens with faded violet tones, then add a warm contrast to the cool hues with a touch of cranberry red.

Cranberry + Greige + Blue

Cranberry red is the ultimate fall color. This gender-neutral tone can look formal, casual, traditional or modern depending on how it's paired. Keep cranberry simple and understated by mixing it with greige or sand tones and accents of royal blue.

Silver + Red + Black

Put a modern spin on fall colors with a combination of silver, black and faded reds. This works well in rustic settings, as aged metals can be used to add the subtle touches of silver.

Greige + Forest Green + Black

Greige, a combination of beige and gray, is a modern approach to neutrals. Consider jazzing up this new neutral with touches of forest green, then add depth with black.

Brick Red + Mustard + Gray-Green

Mustard-yellow tones are often used as the main colors in fall decor. Try a different approach using small accents of mustard mixed with brick red and gray-green.

Plum + Brick Red + Forest Green

Plum is a beautiful and unexpected color choice for cool-weather months. To give this hue an autumnal touch, pair it with brick red and forest green.

Powder Blue + Cranberry

Take your cues from popular Thanksgiving dishes and use shades of cranberry to add warmth throughout your home. For proper balance, pair this rich color with cool, powdery blues.

Forest Green + Red-Orange + Gray

Forest green is rich, deep and woodsy — a great fit for the warm and cozy comforts of fall weather. Add a pop of energy to this dark hue with red-orange, then tone it down with accents of gray.

Blue-Gray + Copper + Parchment

Bring a touch of metallic to your fall decor with copper hues mixed with blue-grays and neutral parchment tones, as seen in this chair's modern upholstery pattern.

Cranberry + Gray + Black

Put a rustic twist on cranberry this fall by mixing it with black and gray. This palette is simple, classic and works well into the winter.

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