That's easy. Blue and Grey. And black, but let's focus on the blue and grey here.
I tend to lean towards cold colours a lot for some reason:
My last pair of glasses were framed in ocean-blue, most of my wardrobe is blue and grey, and the first thing I do when I'm shopping for clothing is search for blues and greys and greens. It's one of my mother's major annoyances because she keeps trying to get me to wear horrible colours... like purple and orange. Not my thing. At. All.
(favourite shoes, however? Bright yellow. Go figure.)
It's hard to look through my latest projects to see what colours I use most because I hop from project to project depending on what I grab from my stash and not because I shop for it. That, and most of my latest mini-projects that I've actually finished were plushies. My granny square stack is very much in theme, though:
With a lot of greens mixed in, too.
But when I look at the handmades that I've used most over the past year that were either made from stash yarn or that I purchased yarn for (like the knit hat), they're all in this same colour style:
It's no surprise that that shawl and hat are still getting a lot of use. It may be a surprise, though, that none of these pictures actually do justice to the colours because, thanks to today's topic, I found out that these types of blue are almost as difficult to photograph as bright reds! But that's just a minor setback that only a blogger would be bothered by.
Naturally, these colours couldn't be farther from my house's 'colours', but they do have in common that most projects were made from yarn I had on hand. The Bee strikes again!