You can use solid colors in many ways to enhance your Notion pages. They make clean page covers, section dividers and gallery previews, particularly when showcasing [your brand pallet](Link to Color section of Design System). You can also insert them within content that discusses particular colors.
To use a specific color, save it as an image with Color Saver or your favorite design tool, then add it to your page.
Make a specific color your page cover
- Hover your cursor above the page title and choose
- Hover above the cover and choose
Choose File, then select your color image.
Make a specific color your page icon
Setting your page icon to a solid color creates a nice visual effect in lists and other views.
- Hover your cursor over your page title and choose
- Click the icon. Select
Upload an Imageand
Choose a File.
- Select your color image.
Insert a specific color within your page content
/imageto add an image to your page.
Choose File, then choose your color image.
- Resize and drag the image to your liking. If you’re creating a section divider, take it full-width.
- If you’re referencing the color in your content, consider adding a caption.
Make colors your gallery card previews
Solid colors make beautiful card previews for Notion galleries, particularly as a representation of a color pallet.
For each entry in your gallery, make the cover a solid color, then set the card preview to be the page cover:
•••at the top of your gallery.
Card Preview, choose
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