Everyone at one time or another has marveled at the beautiful colors of an evening sunset. A vivid sunset is composed of a spectrum of colors that grade from violets and blues at one end to oranges and reds on the other. Although colorful sunrises and sunsets can be seen anywhere, certain parts of the world are especially famous for their twilight hues, and certain times of year are known to produce more vivid colors in the sky.
Want to invite the colors of the sunset into your kitchen? The eye-catching colors of the sunset can easily be incorporated into your home decor, from punchy shades of orange to subdued shades of pink.
What are the ingredients for a truly memorable sunset? Beautiful colors that warm you from the inside out. Invite the majestic colors of the sunset into your kitchen with spectacular shades inspired by nature.
#2001 Red Orange
The orange colors of the sunset can range from dark to light, illuminating the sky with colors that reflect the warmth of the setting sun. In your kitchen, a deep color like Red Orange can add warmth to even the darkest of spaces, radiating positivity and uplifting energy. Pair Red Orange with coordinating bright colors, like pink or yellow, or even cool colors like avocado green or cobalt blue. Pair with neutral shades like cream or tan for a more understated look.
#3016 Coral Red
A red-leaning pink shade, Coral Red can be compared to the coral tones under the sea and the coral tones that appear in an evening sunset. Coral Red in your kitchen pairs especially well with contrasting cool tones, from various shades of green to various shades of blue.
#3022 Salmon Pink
Salmon Pink is an orange-leaning pink shade that easily adds warmth to any dark spaces in your home. In your kitchen, Salmon pink coordinates easily with neutral shades like cream or tan, or even with dark contrasting shades like black or charcoal gray.
#3014 Antique Pink
A muted pink shade, Antique Pink is an easy introduction to using pink in your home without overwhelming sensitive color palettes due to its subdued qualities. Pairing well with both neutral and colorful shades, Antique Pink is like the fading pink colors of a sunset, providing a glow in your home that is both warming and timeless.
A bright and punchy pink shade, Rose is inspired by a variety of colors present in nature, from the soft tones of a rose petal to the bright tones of a summer sunset. In your home, a color like Rose pairs well with yellow shades, from pastel to canary, or with cooling green or blue tones.
#3015 Light Pink
A delicate pink shade, Light Pink is the perfect introduction to using pink in your kitchen for those who like a more neutral color palette that still incorporates an eye-catching color. Light Pink pairs well with contrasting dark shades, like charcoal gray, or with light shades like cream or white.
A shade that can’t help but be the center of attention, Telemagenta favors the bold, providing an instant point of focus in any space. A cool-toned yet bright pink shade, Telemagenta is like the eye-catching colors of a summer sunset, warming you from the inside out.
#4005 Blue Lilac
For what is a sunset without the cool tones that linger as the glow begins to fade? Blue Lilac is comparable to the cool purple tones of an evening sunset, providing contrast to the warm colors and creating a color palette that is unlike anything else. A calming shade, use Blue Lilac in your kitchen with both warm and cool coordinating colors.
#3018 Strawberry Red
A warm toned pink shade, Strawberry Red is eye-catching and uplifting, adding an invigorating energy to your home. Like the bright colors of the sunset, Strawberry Red will provide a rewarding focal point in any space, with both warm and cool tones blended to create a shade that is punchy and unique.
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