Friday, February 7, 2020

Boring Beige Is Back and We're Loving It

There’s nothing wrong with drenching your walls with color if that’s your thing, but a neutral color palette can create the perfect backdrop for your life. It’s ability to not stand out is what makes it stand out. This palette highlights the beauty of natural wood grains and lets pops of color stand out.

Beige Is Having a Moment (Again)

This is isn’t the first time beige has been popular, so you may find you already have this color in your home. In fact, for some, this colorway never went out of style. Once this warm hue joined barely-there pinks and mossy greens on the runway, it was only a matter of time before it began to show up in interior d├ęcor.


Explore the Many Shades of Beige

Most people think of beige as a boring shade of light brown or tan. From cosmic latte to desert sand to khaki and ecru, there are so many shades of beige to choose from. The subtle differences in these shades of beige can change the feeling they give off, especially when they are combined with other colors. If you walk into a paint store, you’ll find shades of beige that are too numerous to list.
One thing that these shades of beige have in common is the sentimental and comforting vibe they bring to a space. Beige’s big moment comes from using it in exciting ways. The room above featuring the Nantucket Casual Style Sofa by Rowe demonstrates how many beiges can work together to create a harmonious space that is far from boring.

beige bedroom set seagrass bedframe

Beige and Transitional Style Furniture

Beige and transitional style furniture go together like peanut butter and jelly. Transitional style mixes modern and traditional elements in a way that is fresh and new. This mix creates spaces that encourage rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation.
Part of what makes transitional style so restful is its focus on neutral colors. Beige fits in with this aesthetic perfectly. Textured materials such as leather, sisal, burlap, and chenille add interest to transitional furniture and make up for the lack of color as well.
For example, the Los Altos Ivory Coast Bed from Tommy Bahama wrapped in woven banana leaf on the headboard, footboard, and sideboards. It creates a subtle pattern that allows the strategic use of bold pops of color and gives your bedroom a high-end feel.

beige reclining sofa and chair in living room

Add Warmth with Beige

A beige leather sectional and wood floors bring warmth to your living room, making it the perfect hang-out space. The McGuire leather Power Reclining Sofa and Power Reclining Chair from Bernhardt are great examples of the comfort and style beige brings. The luxurious driftwood beige leather and nailhead studs make it cozy enough for the rec room but also stylish enough for the living room.
With homeowners craving warmth, this once considered dated neutral is back in a big way. It’s easy to see why. We’re looking for spaces that feel cozy and inviting, and beige is up to the task. The color is breaking out of its reputation as being safe and blah. Mix it with olive green and yellow for a playful vibe, vibrant rust colors for a homey feel, black for a modern look, or amber and golds for a polished aesthetic. There’s almost nothing these new beiges can’t do.

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