Winter is a wonderful time to explore cooler and neutral colors in design projects. Subtle and nuanced, winter white tones can appear festive, frosty, or elegant depending on how they are applied. Snow-topped mountains, fields and trees, sparkly ornaments, sugar cookies, snow globes, and the North Pole are all a source of inspiration. Let’s explore some lovely wintery white palettes.
A nuanced and subtle palette that moves from pure white to a green-tinged gray, this palette evokes a menagerie of winter wonderland ornaments.
A winter white palette doesn’t have to be too frosty, in the palette above the trees peep through as a warmer gray-brown.
You might mistake this wintery palette as something nautical and by the seaside, with all this blue.
Combine winter white with gold and a very dark blue and you have something quite sophisticated.
Add some light sage and blush pink and you have something rustic and feminine.
Nothing says holidays like a glitter pinecone, this palette works because it is neutral but actually has a lot of contrast.
The Arctic Chill palette at Design Seeds works relaxing pastels into the mix.
The Arctic Frost palette evokes the feeling of a new day with a sunny light yellow.
Originally published at Notes on Design from Sessions.edu.