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Fall into Neutral

Fall into Neutral

Monochromatic neutral design palettes seem to be on trend this season.  It’s all about the use of texture and shape.  We see many designers opting for rooms built of soothing neutrals and abundant amounts of beautifully selected wall covering and fabrics with varying structures; some with a slight shimmer for added depth.  We are reminded that beige doesn’t have to be bland, as long as the execution is seamless…mixed combinations of fabrics are very important if you are going to go all neutral in a room. A textured rug, silk pillows, even if all in cream, will add interest.

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Neutral colors have many advantages as a paint color choice. They are colors which are livable, flexible, and classic.

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A favorite neutral by many designers is grey.   You can go either cool or warm with it which offers a wide variety of combinations to choose from.

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  1. Sharon

    Neutral, soothing, beautiful interiors..hooray! Out with the tacky, 50’s florals and other prints which have no common thread to coordinate them. Neutrals never look out-dated and can be enhanced in many ways with accessories and color.

    • DDD

      Thank you, Sharon. We agree! We love the classic, timelessness of a neutral palette.

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