Neutral colours can create wonderful gardens, beautiful rooms and calming office spaces whilst adding a touch of modernism to a wide range of interiors. No matter what you intend to use a neutral colour palette for, there are a variety of ways to create an interesting and inviting space using the wonderful tones and hues of this magical colour combination.
The majority of neutral colours are implemented indoors in living areas, bedrooms and hallways. However they can be used in a variety of different areas of a house to create warming glows and inviting atmospheres. A calming and very relaxing space can be made in the garden or outdoor space of a house by using a neutral colour palette. A patio can be filled with beige and cream textiles, with the addition of white wood furniture and large cotton coloured candles to give the space a light and relaxing vibe. Neutral coloured stone could also add to this effect and help give the whole space even more of a lift.Read more
Bedrooms can really make the most out of a neutral colour palette as the soft and sumptuous tones within this colour range can create a relaxing atmosphere as well as a modern and contemporary look and feel. If you want to give your bedroom a light and warming feel then why not choose a cream base for the walls in your bedroom and contrast this with a coffee coloured accent wall. You could then add some plush textiles with white and beige coloured fabric to really give the whole room a lift. It doesn’t have to stop there as you could implement neutral coloured furnishings into the room too, such as beige bed linen or dark espresso coloured curtains for a stark but interesting contrast.
Living rooms also benefit from neutral colour tones as people often want to feel relaxed and comfortable in this space. Sofas are one of the largest pieces of furniture in the room, so if you want to create a light and neutrally coloured space, then choosing one with a beige or cream coloured fabric will work wonderfully well against neutral walls and brown or grey accent colours. You can also choose wooden furniture for neutral interiors as many different types of wood have a warm tone which can help accentuate the hues and tones of a neutral colour palette. Why not try mixing neutral colours such as beige, white or cream with some brighter colours such as lime green or magenta for a very interesting and sophisticated look.
There are lots of different ways of incorporating a neutral colour palette into your home, all of which have multiple effects and styles. Why not have a look through some of the images to see how you can implement a neutral colour palette into your home! If there is something you like, why not share it to your Facebook or Twitter profile, so you can find the things you love easier and faster!