Lacking color inspiration for your small garden landscape design project? Here are a few nature inspired color schemes that will get your mental juices flowing. And help you create a beautiful and colorful garden project.
You can also use these wonderful color schemes for an outdoor room or for any room in your home for that matter. You can find all these and many, many more at design-seeds.com
A healthy serving of earth tones
This earthy color scheme uses earth tones such as brown, greens and mustard. The orange adds a little punch of color, to keep it looking lively.
Soft gentle blue color scheme
This blue and gray color scheme would contrast great against the green of a garden. They also have a cooling effect which is great to use in an arid garden climate.
Darker Tones of blue and yellow
This is a more traditional and conservative color scheme. The dark blues are contrasted by the pale yellow. Use if you have a more traditional garden.
Here’s one of the more subdued color schemes. Very pale hues next to a darker green and black. Use this in an outdoor room in a very colorful garden, so they won’t compete. You can add a few punches of color here and there to complement the garden and keep this from getting too drab.
Bright and cheerful
Here’s one that’ll make you happy. This is the brightest among all the other color schemes. Bright citrus colors are best for a more monotone green garden if you use it for an outdoor room.
I don’t know what I like better; the beautiful photos or the colors! But I think my favorite one is the carrot color scheme, it’s so refreshing.
Which is your favorite? Leave a comment below.
Check out even more color inspiration from garden wildlife, here.