Color Palettes with CMYK Formulas
These Art Deco era color palettes feature primarily cool colors. The overall tone of most of these color palettes is cooler, more metallic than the warm palettes of previous decades.
C7M5Y10 | C7M90Y100 | C100M85Y10K6 | C40M25Y25K7 | C40K100
Metallic shades of gray from silvery to charcoal team with bold blue and orange.
C7M5Y15 | M40Y25 | C30M55Y60K15 | C50K100
Nice neutrals with a splash of pink.
M30Y80 | M50Y100 | C15M40Y60K20 | C50K100 | White
An earthy combo with some cool orange shades.
C13Y12 | M15Y100K11 | M50Y10K25 | C15M100Y30 | C40K100 | White
A cooler shade of red with yellow and pale, pale green.
M50Y85K25 | C25M15Y20K9 | M10Y20K17 | C40K100
Another neutral color palette with metallic gray, brown, and a dose of black.
M40Y100 | C100M65Y10K6 | C80Y40K20 | C10M30Y60K10 | C5M5Y10K5
Cool shades of blue and teal team with yellow, brown, and light gray.
Tints of peach and green.
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