12 Beach Sunset Color Palettes with HEX Codes12 Beach Sunset Color Palettes with HEX Codes https://logosbynick.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/beach-sunset-color-palette-1024x602.jpg 1024 602 Nick Saporito Nick Saporito https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/d9a1bc4f29b2352da1ce14ad033328ab?s=96&d=mm&r=g
In this post I’ll be sharing a collection of 12 beach sunset color palettes that I created based on some example photographs found on Pixabay. These color palettes were created with the intention of logo design in mind, so I made sure to abide by my own guidelines for color usage in logos and kept it limited to 3 colors.
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As I’ve talked about in the past, using 1 or 2 colors in a logo works great, but creating sunset color palettes with any less than 3 colors just wouldn’t do these photographs any justice.
Beach Sunset Color Palettes
Each color palette has its corresponding HEX code typed out in order so you can simply copy and paste them if you’d like.
A nice combination of brown, blue and yellow. The sunset aspect may not be represented well enough in this palette, but still nice regardless.
This one has a pastel sort of theme.
Three similar shades, but they contrast well enough.
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It’s amazing how you can derive a color palette that you otherwise never would’ve thought of without an amazing photograph like this to draw inspiration from.
More of a fun, cheery color palette.
A sunset palette with a softer touch.
The deep lavender shade really adds a splash of creativity.
Maybe not shades you would typically associate with beach sunset color palettes, but still nice regardless.
Bold, sharp colors that pop. What a photo!
Another palette with softer shades. Again, loving the inclusion of purple/lavender into a color scheme. This one has slightly less saturation though.
A trio that scream “fun”.
Another unorthodox use of color considering the context, but still makes for a fresh appeal.
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