Dieter Petereit August 18th, 2015

Inspiration: 30 Websites in Warm Earth Tones

Each and every web designer out there is in search of inspiration now and then. Creativity does not run without fuel. Fortunately we don't need to buy creative gas to fill up our tanks. Just floating around the web, looking at what others did can do wonders to your fuel gauge. Suddenly ideas start to bubble up and your creative motor gets running again. To help you spark that process we have collected a series of websites created in warm earth tones. Earth tones are shades of brown, green, blue and other natural colors. Take a walk in the forest and see them live ;-) Using these colors in a web design leads to a subtle, minimalistic, natural, organic look and feel. Enjoy our findings...

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1. Groovemade

Grovemade

2. IMM

IMM

3. The Barstow

The-Barstow

4. Wolf & Son

Wolf-Son

5. Wild Measure

www.wildmeasure.com

6. Cantina Valpolicella Negrar

Cantina-Valpolicella-Negrar

7. Hyperquake

Hyperquake

8. Indigy

Indigy

11. Belle Epoque

Belle-Epoque

12. Tilted Square

Tilted-Square

13. Andy Wolf Eyewear

Andy-Wolf-Eyewear

14. Denise Chandler

Denise-Chandler

15. Vers

Vers

16. Grand Hotel a Villa Feltrinelli

Grand-Hotel-a-Villa-Feltrinelli

17. Brown's Court Bakery

Browns-Court-Bakery

18. Knuckles Industries

Knuckles-Industries

19. The Boerum

The-Boerum

20. Serge Thoraval

Serge-Thoraval

21. Electric Pulp

Electric-Pulp

22. Lucas 'NK' Nikitczuk

Lucas-NK-Nikitczuk

23. La Grotte Chauvet Pont d Arc

La-Grotte-Chauvet-Pont-d-Arc

24. Wootten

Wootten

25. Petersham Nurseries

Petersham-Nurseries

26. Dishoom Bombay Café

Dishoom-Bombay-Café

27. The First Time

The-First-Time

28. Space Style Concept

Space-Style-Concept

29. Tiny Footprint Coffee

Tiny-Footprint-Coffee

30. Built

Built

31. Grain & Mortar

Grain-Mortar

Dieter Petereit

Dieter Petereit is a veteran of the web with over 25 years of experience in the world of IT. As soon as Netscape became available he started to do what already at that time was called web design and has carried on ever since. Two decades ago he started writing for several online publications, some well, some lesser known. You can meet him over on Google+.

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