While it might sound a bit boring, neutral paint colours are some of the most versatile. A lighter neutral like cream or beige can create a cosy space, while darker neutrals like wild mushroom and shades of grey bring with them a moodier atmosphere.
The best way to ensure your wood tones in your furniture, flooring and accessories coordinate with your walls is to choose the right neutral paint. You needn’t worry about mixing your wood tones, as they will often all complement each other. If you’re wanting to feature the furniture then keep to a pale neutral, or if your walls are your feature then try something darker to really make a statement.
Neutral living rooms remain popular, no matter the trend of the season. Whether your home is elegantly luxe or effortlessly chic, a neutral base can offer a foundation for personality and creativity when it comes to decorating in your own style.
Pairing natural fibres like wooden furniture and cotton linens are tried and tested natural bedroom ideas, and adding layers of texture with metallic fittings or patterned rugs can elevate your room into an elegantly modern space. Warm bedroom colours are timeless and practical options that look good paired with most décor, and are easily updated over time.
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