20 Wonderfully Warm Designs

By / Oct 24, 2008 / Inspiration

Warm colors are known to create excitement and even anger. Shades of orange, yellow, and brown can bring on cheerful thoughts while their cool counter parts such as greens and blues have a calming effect. Warm colors even appear larger than cool colors. That’s why a web design with a well selected warm color palette can have a powerful effect.

Here is a showcase of twenty beautiful sites that have an overall warm feel.

Carolina Jesus

Tennessee Theatre

Matt Dempsey

Little Lines

Acko

Cappuccino

Jay Hafling

Design Jobs On The Wall

Speak Light

The Lippincott

Sollievo

Fall For Tennessee

Colour Pixel

ChamaDigital

Tangled Decals

Digimurai

Cheesetique

Thuiven

Noe Interactive

Executive Warfare

  • http://www.thuiven.com Dor Dan

    Thanks for including me here.
    Dugg!

  • http://www.getinon.com Geoserv

    STUMBLED!

    Great collection.

    Charma Digital would be my fave.

  • http://www.chamadigital.com Anselmo

    Thanks for including my site in this great list. I’m very pleased.

  • http://www.fuelyourcreativity.com adelle

    These are great, really love the “carolina jesus” & “little lines”. So warm & fresh!

  • Robert Thomas

    Hi! I’m a programming student but i am doing web development on the side , Do any of the more senior web developers recommend anything i should learn. I know HTML and I’m learning JAVAscript
    what would you guys recommend i learn next

  • http://maiconweb.com Maicon

    great webdesigns. And Robert, is almost natural that you learn a server side language, like ASP or PHP.

  • http://www.colourpixel.com Nag

    Thanks a lot for listing colourpixel :)

  • http://benjacob.in Ben

    http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/ is a new addition to this collection

  • http://valuedstandards.com David Hund

    I can’t believe you did not include valuedstandards.com in this list! :-)

    But seriously, I love the warm colorschemes. Easy on the eyes, feels ‘organic’, cozy even, and makes me want to spend more time on a site. It is no wonder many sites use organic patterns and imagery (such as wood), works really well. ++ for Matt Dempsey and Carolina Jesus.

  • http://www.traceygrady.com/blog Tracey Grady

    I hadn’t seen any of these sites before, so thanks for showcasing them. Matt Dempsey’s site is marvellous and very individual.

  • http://www.giselejaquenod.com.ar/blog/ Gis

    What a gorgeous selection :)
    It’s sure a great inspiration source 😀
    *hugs*

  • http://www.filmizletir.net sinema izle

    hadn’t seen any of these sites before, so thanks for showcasing them. Matt Dempsey’s site is marvellous and very individual.

  • http://webdesignsingapore.biz webdesignsingaporebiz

    Old but still relevant, thanks for the list. I like diversity.