30+ Canva Color Palette Ideas Inspired by Nature

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Whether you’re designing your own boho Canva templates or looking to give your Canva brand kit a facelift, these Canva color palette ideas inspired by nature are sure to enhance your brand’s aesthetic appeal to your target audience.
Canva Color Palettes

What are Canva color palette codes?

Using either a free or Canva Pro account, you can easily create your own Canva palettes within the Canva brand kit section.

A color palette consists of colors that complement or contrast with each other. A well-curated color palette is essential to the design process and choosing colors that simply don’t work together can be a recipe for disaster.

Canva color palette codes are a type of HTML color code, often referred to as a hex code, that’s unique to each color hue.

You’ll notice that each hex code starts with a hashtag (#) followed by six numbers, letters, or a mix of the two. As you can imagine, there are tons and tons of hex codes to play around with to develop your own personal color palette.

canva color platte ideas inspired by nature

How to find hex codes in Canva

Finding hex codes in Canva is one of the first things you should learn how to do when getting started with the design platform.

Simply select an element, (in the example below, you’ll notice I selected my design’s background) click the color button at the top left corner of your design, and select “Add a new color”.

Choosing “Add a new color” prompts the color selection box to open. Within it, you’ll have the option to copy the hex code of your chosen color.

how to find hex code in Canva

How do you make a color palette on Canva?

Making your own palette with your chosen Canva color palette codes is super easy to do inside your Canva brand kit.

All you have to do is click the “+” symbol under the “Brand colors” heading and add as many colors as you fancy (so long as they complement or contrast with each other!).

If you’d prefer to make your own brand color palette and not use any of the ones below, no hard feelings. You can craft your own using the Canva color wheel or the Canva color palette generator, both of which are incredibly helpful tools all found on the design platform already.

You can also browse through hundreds of premade Canva color palettes to find the perfect fit for each of your designs.

Canva color palette ideas inspired by nature

Now that you know what Canva color palette codes are and how to find hex codes in Canva, it’s time for the fun part: selecting a color palette!

Each of my curated palettes is inspired by nature. Be it a warm sunset or pastel spring blossoms. I know you’ll love these earth tone color palettes. 

To use one of my color palettes, all you need to do is copy and paste each of the Canva color palette codes into your design or brand kit.

Canva color palettes are perfect for social media graphics, Pinterest pin design ideas, eBook templates, and so much more.

Alternatively, you can save any of my color palettes to your Canva design board on Pinterest.

Sunrise

#F6AA5F #E36B5D #B9415A #19285F #583068

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - sunrise

Sunset

#FDB874 #EB998B #B088AD #6A5A9A #1D2B67

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - sunset

Moonrise

#FDC577 #EEAD68 #544A60 #3C3D57 #16181A

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - moonrise

Woodland

#A67762 #DFEF89 #7E8F49 #367D56 #182932

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - woodland

Wood Sorrel

#63A91F #C6DC93 #B0D3BF #589D62 #1A512E

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - wood sorrel

Sage

#E6EDD1 #9EB066 #9CA18D #D4ED8A #6A6E60

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - sage

Spring Garden

#2B331F #5C744C #B2C6B1 #FFD082 #FAB73D

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - spring garden

Seaweed

#6E6754 #F0CC71 #ECDDB6 #6E5D34 #BAAE8F

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - seaweed

Moss

#8AA88F 475C4A #5C4842 #6896A8 #3E535C

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - moss

Prickly Pear

#FF1940 #FF758C #E6536B #189931 #53E66E

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature

Nasturtium

#C43D16 #FFAC94 #EFC99C #FCB500 #E67609

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - nasturtium

Hummingbird

#89B362 #BEFF80 #FF738F #3EB394 #66FFD7

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - hummingbird

Spring Blossom

#F9CEEE #E0CDFF #C1F0FB #DCF9A8 #FFEBAF

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - spring blossom

Wild Violet

#FAE9E8 #AD7F9A #EAFAE8 #EFE8E8 #BBC8BA

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - wild violet

Wild Rose

#CEA8BF #F8EFEF #FAE8F3 #82AD7F #EAFAE8

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - wild rose

Rose Quartz

#F2C0BD #A68B8A #93A7A6 #F2DEBD #A69B8A

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - rose quartz

Lilac Blossom

#F9FAE8 #ABAD7F #8E6F9D #F2E8FA #9B8BA9

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - lilac blossom

Lavender

#7D8EA8 #DAE5F5 #F5F0CE #9A7DA8 #E4C1F5

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - lavender

Sandstorm

#A0B3A8 #C6A78F #F4CFD0 #D4B5D0 #FFA342

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - sandstorm

Snowstorm

#9FB9C7 #3D657A #C8E8FA #7DCFFB #677881

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - snowstorm

Rainstorm

#6A8DCC #B6C1D6 #C1CFD6 #6E898A #B6D6D6

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - rainstorm

Rain Forest

#1F403B #96D9CF #528C83 #402419 #8C6453

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - rain forest

Ocean Breeze

#8A756E #D6BFB6 #C1CFD6 #8A836E #D6CFB6

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - ocean breeze

Mountain Peak

#9FB9C7 #C8F2F8 #E8F4FA #AD997F #FAF2E8

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - mountain peak

Agate

#806554 #FFEADB #CCAF9B #477C80 #9BC9CC

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - agate

Onyx

#2E506E #2A333B #0E1821 #4F5F6E #4E88BA

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - onyx

Jade Stone

#42A1AD #53767A #255B62 #76A7AD #5FE8FA

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - jade stone

Blue Jay

#5C8791 #D4F7FF #A2D4DF #916D4D #DEBEA2

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - blue jay

Ruby

#472A2C #D0B9BA #C8777B #474040 #94575A

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - ruby

Meadow

#7DD1FA #3486AD #FAC27D #FFD199 #AD7F45

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - meadow

Limestone

#5F7A3A #E3FBC1 #E8FAEF #EFEBEB #A5C6B1

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature

Dandelion Dream

#E8F2FA #7F97AD #FAF3E8 #E8E4E4 #FFD082

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - dandelion dream

Amethyst

#6A607D #FAF7FF #B8AFC9 #7D7B54 #C9C8AF

canva color palette ideas inspired by nature - amethyst

More Canva tips and tricks to try:

In Canva, you can easily get the color code (hex code) of any color you see in a design. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Select the object or element whose color code you want to find.

  2. Click on the color swatch in the top toolbar to open the color picker.

  3. In the color picker, you’ll see a field labeled “HEX.” This is the hex code for the current color.

  4. You can click on the hex code to select it, then copy it to your clipboard by pressing “Ctrl + C” (or “Command + C” on Mac).

  5. You can also manually enter a hex code in the “HEX” field to set a specific color for your object or element.

Note that the hex code in Canva is always preceded by a “#” symbol. This is important to include if you want to use the color code in other design applications or programming languages.

Canva uses a cool color code system called “hex codes” to represent colors in its design tool.

These codes are made up of six digits and are preceded by a “#” symbol. They tell you how much red, green, and blue are in a particular hue, and each two-digit code corresponds to a value between 0 and 255.

For example, #FF0000 is the hex code for pure red, where “FF” represents the highest possible value for red, and “00” represents the lowest values for green and blue.

By using this color code system, Canva makes sure that colors are consistent across designs, which makes it super easy to match colors between different elements and projects.

Creating a color palette in Canva is easy and allows you to use a consistent set of colors across your designs, making them look more professional and cohesive.

To add a color palette in Canva:

  1. Head over to your Brand Hub from the homepage of Canva.
  2. Within Brand Kit, select, “Add new”. 
  3. Give your brand kit a name.
  4. Under the Colors tab, select, “Add new” and add as many hex codes as you like to create a new color palette.
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Deanne E Klein

this was sooo helpful. sooo glad i stumbled on this on pinterest

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