This furniture palette shows the colors available for player furniture. It includes all colors available from shoppes and stalls as well as those which can be recovered from Sea Monster Hunts or mystery boxes. Some furniture may have a secondary or tertiary color that cannot be changed.
Some furniture uses cloth, other furniture uses enamel, and a few use herbs. This affects what colors are available.
Most colored furniture that can be ordered from a furnisher is available in the following colors. Items in black, gold, and purple usually have additional doubloon costs.
Since the expansion of the available enamel colors in Release 2007-12-12, the enamel-based and cloth-based standard palettes are identical. A table showing all possible two-color combinations of the standard palette is available here.
Sea Monster Hunt palettes
Atlantean furniture is only available in a few colors.
The Cursed Isles furniture palette is much less consistent than the other palettes. Some items appear to have twenty primary colors possible, another has only twelve. Some of the palette can be seen here. For the known available colors for a specific piece of furniture, see that item's Yppedia page.
In addition to various colors from the standard palette, Curses Isles furniture can be found in indigo.
Haunted Seas furniture is only available in a few colors.
Single-color Kraken furniture is only available in a few colors; the two-color furniture has much more variety.
Two-color Kraken furniture uses the standard palette for the secondary color.
Note: Grey was available as a primary color for an unknown length of time, but was then discontinued. With release 2016-01-21, grey was added back to the available gold box colors at the request of numerous players.
Mystery box (Limited Edition colors)
Two-color mystery box items usually use a standard palette color as the second color, but occasionally both colors have been seasonal.
Most mystery boxes feature one of the limited edition colors that rotate by season.
Fox boxes featured sea green furniture, while the March 2017 promotion featured emerald furniture. Crimson and shadow furniture could be found in battle boxes. Blue grey furniture could be won from competitions and tournaments beginning in April 2018.
Furniture items such as the crate o'spices can only be purchased in herb colors. Ocean Masters, however, can magick up these furniture items in any color; crate o'spices and crate o'herbs in non-herb colors were once common duty puzzle bake-off prizes.
The Monthly Rewards Program gives out furniture in royal blue. Two-color items usually have white or gold as their secondary color.