Color Inspiration No.5: Sage, Teal, Blush, Coal & Corn

Color Mood - Eclectic Trends

I’ve been working on a new color inspiration and palette and though it seems to be impossible to get the peach-terracotta shade out of my way, this time I have integrated two types of green and even a warm yellow tone which is pretty unusual for me.

Color Mood - Eclectic Trends

John PlattJoseph | Tortus Copenhagen | Residence

Sage, blush, teal, coal and corn are my choice for this month. I’d love to have a cape with a blurred effect in theses colors, a rug with tribal patterns could be nice, too, or how about a flower print for a long cotton skirt and the upcoming autumn season? What would you suggest? G, x

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