Who’s excited for spring? It’s such a special time of year where the flowers begin to pop back out, green grass makes a comeback, and the weather gets a little nicer. It’s also a great time to rethink your wardrobe and start planning some colorful jewelry. We have some fresh spring color palettes to get you inspired for the coming season. Our color palettes are inspired by the jewelry our designers have made and even some pictures Cynthia took in her homeland of New Caledonia. Just look at those bright flowers above!
We’ll start with a classic spring palette inspired by our Sweet Squares bracelet that combines lush green with lovely pink tones. Green is a great choice for spring, as it’s a welcome sight after long winter days. The delicate pink colors will put you in mind of cherry blossoms floating on the breeze.
This color palette, inspired by our Dipped in Sherbet brooch, takes those delicate spring pinks and adds in a little denim! Along with a dash of chartreuse, this is a playful palette full of refreshing beauty.
This is a bright color palette that will allow you to splash into spring in a big way. Inspired by our Red Rock Stream necklace, we appreciate the touch of gray in this palette – we’ve still got to expect some clouds and rain in spring! The darker gray is counterbalanced by the rejuvenating coral, buttercup, and sky blue colors.
Speaking of rain, our Chevron Shine color palette has all of those cloudy grays and blues spring is known for. A dash of burgundy keeps this color palette current and on-trend (burgundy is also a major favorite around here).
We leave you with this final color palette for spring, inspired by our Tanglewood necklace. Blush pink and mauve combine with sand and magenta tones for a romantic spring look that can inspire picnics, garden walks, and more.
Use these color palettes to inspire your next jewelry creation or let it spark your creativity in other outlets. They can make excellent resources for painting your home (spring cleaning is the perfect time for a fresh coat of paint), finding new clothes for the season, and more. Need more inspiration? Check out our Color Palettes Pinterest board. Let us know your favorites in the comments below.