Colors palette generator

Do you ever feel like you’re running out of colours?

A while ago, I blogged about “Colourlovers”, a site that offers colour inspirations and shares palettes among thousands of colour lovers in its online community.
And I found the Colors Palette Generator – a brilliant tool that allows you to upload images to generate a color palette based on the image's primary colors.
Choose your favorite image, upload or enter the image’s URL, and then press "GET PALETTE". In the blink of an eye, you will get a personalized colour palette.

Below are some of my pictures that I played around with:
Sydney trip


From my front yard


At the art gallery



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19 comments:

sheila said...

Very cool!

kp said...

This tool is sooooooooo COOL! Love it, Suki! Gonna make good use of this. Thank YOU!

Tranquil Baby Coach said...

I LOVE this tool--thanks so much for sharing it with us! I've always wanted to take a picture of my favorite place on earth--the beach--and transfer the colors into my bedroom....and now I can! Awesome share!

Loralee said...

I love the color palette generator! I can see how I'll use that when I'm working on my next ebook or WP blog. Great work Suki

Laura said...

Thanks Suki
I can see I need some work here. I am still using a basic color palette - in life! Not being of the design world I can see I am lacking a certain adventure-ness if I can use that as a word - with the color world. Thanks for opening my eyes!

Laurie Rosenfeld said...

Suki, this is so cool! Thanks for sharing this resource. It's timely because I am working on my website overhaul now. I bookmarked this tool to help with developing the palette (which I am working on now).

Anja said...

Oh Thank you!!! I'm re-doing 2 websites of mine at the moment and have no clue yet on the colors but the content is there! This will save me quite a lot of headache and time!

Thank you!
Anja

Calico Child said...

ooh interesting thanks for that Suki x :)

Heather Lentz said...

Suki, Thanks for the info. I know I could use this for many projects. :-)

Tanya said...

Rad! I've used ColorLovers but didn't know I could plug in a photo like that. Brilliant.

This is such a cool blog. I really enjoy your posts although I don't have much else to comment :)

Suki@Fantabulous Design said...

Hi Tanya, it's good to know that you enjoy the post.
If I can get readers to smile at one of my posts, I've reached my goal. If I can get a comment from readers, that's like a cherry on top of a cake. Thanks for every comment ♡

Cyndi Murdoch and Jackie Travis said...

What a find! Thanks Suki - I think I'm going to nput this to good use!

Suki@Fantabulous Design said...

Hi Cyndi and Jackie, I'd be interesting to see how you use it with your work, if you could share it on your blog :)

Alara Castell said...

This is wonderful Suki! I love it! It's amazing the tools that are out there to create such beautiful things. I can't wait to try it it.

xoxo
Alara

Sasha said...

I love this tool and post. I think it could really help me for the next time that I am redesigning a room. I always tend to play it safe with shades, however this could take me to the next level. Thanks

Suki@Fantabulous Design said...

Sasha, if you need help for redesigning your room for the next time, feel free to summit your room in the Style Canvas and we can play around with the shades :)

Pat Novak said...

This is so much fun! I love tools like this. I can really use this as it is hard for me to visualize how it all comes together! And sometimes a picture just has all the color elements you want, and now you can easily access it.

tracy matthews said...

Love the color pallettes!

xo, Tracy

Mic Boekelmann said...

Awesome tool! Will share this w/ my peeps!

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