Cream, sand, coffee with milk, the color of unbleached linen – a variety of shades of beige found a place in actual and fashionable palettes. Trendsetters highlight Nude tones, which bring “increased comfort” to the design of the living room, bedroom, office, and other spaces and make the living space pleasant and productive.
In difficult times, our soul craves warm shades: these are primarily the colors of the earth, which soothe and strengthen our connection with the natural elements. So, the beige interior of the living room should ground, help calm down and focus – this effect will come in handy in a multi-tasking room, where there are places for communication with the family, an office, and an entertainment zone.
Beige with a pink tint is not the color that resembles the dull bourgeois interiors of the 80s. A beige living room will look trendy if you choose a fresher shade with pink rather than yellow notes.
The shift towards warmer and more natural colors, often referred to as the “new neutrals”, has been accompanied by an increase in the popularity of earth and stone tones, providing an alternative to cooler color options. These gentle neutral tones can be used in all spaces of the house: a beige living room or bedroom will create a feeling of coziness and simplicity, while the neutral shade of the walls will serve as a harmonious backdrop for interiors of all styles.
The popularity of neutrals accompanies an increasing interest in organic design. From “humble” basic materials – plywood, concrete, cork, rattan, clay, and jute – to recycled and locally sourced materials. The beige color in the interior makes them a harmonious company and maintains a rough rustic style, which contrasts well with technological gadgets and laptops. Modern “naive” design – simple in form, but with a deep philosophy.