Period Carpeting Designs.
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Gold tones are used throughout the collection. Browns, rusts and browned greens give the palette (1) In computer graphics, a range of colors used for display and printing. See color palette.
(2) A collection of on-screen painting tools.
(3) A toolbar that contains a set of functions for any kind of application.
palette - colour palette an updated twist. Olive leaves appear throughout the coordinating patterns. The Canterbury Collection features nine broadlooms, two border designs, one corridor pattern and one four-door rug.