Ready to take a trip to the Southwest? The colors of the American Southwest are recognizable and unique, enveloping the rich colors of the desert and all of its natural wonders. When used in your home, these earth-inspired colors provide a grounding and peaceful energy to any space.
A Southwestern color palette typically includes warm shades like reds, coppers, golds, and browns, while also including a touch of cool tones like blues, greens, and purples. These rich and rewarding colors make a home stand out in the surrounding landscape, marrying the rustic colors and textures of the earth with the polished surfaces in your home.
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Like a bright white cloud in the vast blue sky of the desert, Classic White provides a wash of uplifting energy to your kitchen that pairs with literally any color or shade you throw its way. White appliances are a classic staple to kitchens of the last 100 years, remaining relevant when styled with modern decor, color schemes, and paired accessories. Use Classic White in your kitchen to brighten the space and provide a clean palette for the rest of your decor.
A beautiful Santa Fe home featuring Big Chill Retro Appliances in Classic White
30″ Electric Wall Oven in Classic White
Retro Dishwasher in Classic White
Original Retro Refrigerator in Classic White
#8002 Signal Brown
Much like the soil of the desert, Signal Brown is a brown shade that takes things back to nature due to it’s naturally grounding qualities. A popular color scheme of the 70s, brown tones in your kitchen are now revamped when paired with fresh colors and modern surfaces. Pair with raw wood surfaces to invoke the rustic qualities of the earth-inspired shade.
Beige, or the color of desert sand? A light and neutral shade, beige corresponds specifically to the coloration of sand, washing the space in its light, reddish-yellow tones. Pair with flashy metallics, like brass, copper, or chrome to uplift the warm-toned qualities of the shade. Pair with darker shades, like black or espresso brown, to create a pleasing contrast that provides aesthetic harmony to your kitchen.
#3012 Beige Red
A muted and washed red-based tone, Beige Red eases your kitchen into a pop of color while still keeping things somewhat neutral. Beige Red’s warm-toned qualities are positive and uplifting, pairing well with both warm and cool tones alike. Pair with neutral shades, like cool grays or browns, or with cool-toned colors like blue or green. Pair with raw wooden surfaces for a rustic, shabby chic feel.
#2010 Signal Orange
An orange muted with brown tones, this desert inspired shade is perfect for those looking to introduce color to their kitchen without overwhelming the senses. Like the orange tones blended throughout the deserts of the world, Signal Orange provides grounding qualities to your space yet provides a focal point to build your aesthetic around. Pair with coordinating brown and tan shades for a earth-inspired aesthetic, or with light neutrals like white or cream to really make the color pop.
#6013 Reed Green:
A muted, brown-based color, Reed Green lands somewhere between an olive and military green shade. Due to it’s muted qualities, Reed Green pairs well with a variety of complementary and contrasting colors. Pair with dark shades, like black or espresso brown, or light shades like tan, cream, or white.
#3016 Coral Red:
A brown-based shade, Coral Red lands somewhere between a red and a coral color, harmonizing into a bright yet sophisticated color that washes the room in warm tones. Due to it’s deep qualities, Coral Red pairs well with cool and punchy colors, like parrot green or cobalt blue.
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