Milk Coffee

What a lovely neutral colour this is. Use as your main colour to build your palette on, or as a background colour to make your other hues pop. Combine with all shades of whites, creams and champagnes. With all shades of browns from milk chocolate to rust to dark chocolate and cream to lighten. With darker berry shades and chocolate. With fresh green and shots of zesty orange and red. With rust, chocolate, cream and a  sprinkle of olive green. With cherry red and touches of milk chocolate, With antique rose, dusty pink and off white. With olive green, spring green and pops of zesty orange or saffron yellow. With blush pink,  magnolia and touches of milk chocolate or antique rose. Use latte Honeymoon roses, seed pods, pebbles, weathered wood draped with lichen, grapevines, or brightly coloured flowers such as poppies, Australian natives, or berries. Design a Coffee bar. Make it special with single-origin coffee, or free trade coffee – with sugar-coated stirring sticks, liqueurs such as Frangelico, or a coffee liqueur such as Tia Maria or Kahlua, crushed peppermint flakes, chocolate flakes, caramel and chocolate syrups, cream – and a good coffee machine(with a barista if you’re really inclined). Read more...
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