In this post we’ll be taking a trip back in time and exploring 14 samples of 70s color palettes with HEX codes included so that you can use them for inspiration in your own design work.
70s Color Palettes with HEX Codes
The following examples were grabbed from Pinterest. Each color palette will be linked to the original source along with credit attributed within the caption. The HEX codes will also be cited under each image in case you’d like to copy and paste them directly from this post.
1. Mel’s Drive-In
A retro drive-in restaurant with a nice mix of blues and pinks.
2. Yellow Beetle
A yellow Beetle against a pale blue sky.
3. Retro Van
The red dress against the dull yellow color of the van makes for a nice contrast with the muddy shade of the trees in the background.
4. Yellow Roses
The aged appeal of this photo along with the contrasting colors makes for one of my preferred 70s color palettes with hex.
Another aged photograph with a style reflective of the 70s.
6. Surfing Trip
A car straight out of the 70s, parked at the beach with some surfboards strapped to the roof.
7. Roy’s Motel Cafe
More 70s color palettes with HEX codes inspired directly from vintage style signs. Love the look of this one!
8. Blue Springs Bowling
9. Open Road
Yellow, brown, and blue work really well together assuming you can get the shades right.
10. Motel 66
A soft pastel-like color palette, inspired by yet another vintage road sign.
11. 24 Hour Bowling
A vibrant color palette inspired by a neon sign for a bowling alley.
12. Sunny Day
No compilation of 70s color palettes with HEX codes would be complete without a yellow van in a sunny field.
13. 70s Fashion
A color palette inspired by 70s apparel.
14. Groovy Shades
More apparel from the 70s including a nice mix and match of colors.
If you enjoyed this compilation then be sure to check out my post on the best logo color combinations!
This post may contain affiliate links. Read affiliate disclosure here.
4 thoughts on “14 Best 70s Color Palettes with HEX Codes Included”
thanks nick, cant wait to plagiarize this for our tv show
please , how to reproduce or realize these colors on our designs with inkscape?
Just copy and paste the image into Inkscape, then use the dropper tool to sample one of the colors to your designs.
Great color palettes nick, I especially love the surf one, something very nostalgic about it.
Comments are closed.