Autumnal hues for 2021

There is something so cosy about the colour palettes of fall that just make me feel so at ease and joyful.

This year as we lean into the warm, soft hues of the season we’re also embracing a more muted palette with subtle greens, silvery blues, and rusty-red/oranges. I’m sure you’ll agree when I say we are all craving the grounded and soothing nature of a straightforward matte finish.

Just think of all the typical colours in a terrazzo pattern and you’ll be right on trend this season.

Whether you include these colours in your home or they make their way into your wardrobe, they will inspire you to lean into all the cosy joys of fall!


pro tip: if you have a paint project, simply run the hex code through a free online color converter tool, and you’ll be good to go.

Brick dust
Shifting sand
Silver blue
Matte green
Savannah tan
Mother of pearl

side note: neutral tones can be anything from creams, to warm browns so there’s actually lots to play with


What colours are drawing you in? I’m loving the colour palette for this season and I’ve already invested in a few wardrobe staples in these warm and autumnal hues! Check out this outfit that I picked up a few days ago.

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2 responses to “Autumnal hues for 2021”

  1. I love these colours and hues — they make me feel so ready for this Fall season! I have recently updated my wardrobe a little with items within these shades and I absolutely love them! Thanks for sharing — I can now pick out what groups of colours goes well with each other!

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