40 Original Warm Color Palette Ideas for Your Website!

Colors Mar 10, 2021

A great result of the design project begins with color!

To choose the correct colors, you can use the model of the color wheel. Itten's color wheel consists of 12 parts - three main colors: red, yellow, blue, three additional, which are formed by mixing the main: green, purple, orange, and six colors, formed by combining the main with additional.

All colors are split into cold, warm, and neutral: black, white, gray.

The warm colors include red, orange, and yellow - as well as various modifications of these colors.

Use warm colors if you want the design to reflect happiness, activity, and power.

In short about the main warm colors:

  • Red is very hot. It is associated with fire, violence, and power. And also with love and passion. Red also means danger. In design, red can be a powerful accent. If you use too much red in the design it can annoy users.
  • Orange is a very bright and dynamic color. Some of its variations are associated with ground and autumn. In the design, orange attracts attention but does not serve as red. He often considers more welcoming and friendly and less challenging.
  • Yellow is often considered the brightest and most energetic of all warm colors. Dark yellow and gold tones are associated with the old, so they can be used to give the design a search for unity and security.

It is also worth noting that any color can be cold or warm. It all depends on its undertone.

If you want to check out the colors or use them in your project – click the palette name to check it out

  1. Pancho
Pancho Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

2. Bean

Bean Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

3. Wild Sand

Wild Sand Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

4. Portica

Portica Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

5. Hokey Pokey

Hokey Pokey Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

6. Makara

Makara Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

7. Bali Hai

Bali Hai Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

8. Contessa

Contessa Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

9. Wewak

Wewak Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

10. Chicago

Chicago Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

11. Periwinkle Gray

Periwinkle Gray Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

12. Flamingo

Flamingo Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

13. Champagne

Champagne Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

14. Aqua Forest

Aqua Forest Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

15. Cararra

Cararra Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

16. Makara

Makara Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

17. Wildflowers

Wildflowers Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

18. Kelp

Kelp Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

19. Grasshopper Skipjack

Grasshopper Skipjack Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

20. Tulip

Tulip Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

21. Parsley

Parsley Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

22. Gunsmoke

Gunsmoke Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

23. Crete

Crete Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

24. Way

Way Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

25. Fire Bush

Fire Bush Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

26. Guelder Rose

Guelder Rose Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

27. Bay Leaf

Bay Leaf Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

28. Coral Tree

Coral Tree Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

29. Orderliness

Orderliness Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

30. Bright Wall

Bright Wall Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

31. Cavern Pink

Cavern Pink Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

32. Shadows

Shadows Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

33. Dishes

Dishes Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

34. Building

Building Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

35. Night City

Night City Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

36. Sandal

Sandal Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

37. Givry

Givry Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

38. Studio

Studio Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

39. Spicy Mix

Spicy Mix Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

40. Cornflower

Cornflower Color Palette, Image Credit – Unsplash

No matter what color scheme you choose, it is important that the color scheme of the site is following the content and target audience of the site.

To see more colored palettes take a look at the Veranda Color.

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