I don’t know about your home, but the majority of homes that I’ve been in need to add a punch of color to that “beige” color scheme they’ve got going. Try some of these simple and easy ideas that will give you the most bang for your buck!
Even adding just small bursts of color―on lamps, pillows―to a more restrained decorating scheme will give it a whole new life.
Designer: Steven Sclaroff, owner of Steven Sclaroff, a home-furnishings shop in Manhattan
“Use a Range of Earthy ColorsFor an eclectic look that still feels composed, intermingle brown, beige, black, cream, and white. Sclaroff chose a sandy paint color, a fluffy white sheepskin rug, a beige upholstered sofa with a mahogany frame, black hexagonal end tables, blanc de Chine table lamps, and black-and-white checkered vases. He also hung some black-and-white photographs and created a grid of 12 framed note cards on the left-hand wall.”
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So true. Say buh bye beiges! There are so many other neutrals you can go off of. Gray is big with me right now. Loving it, and it is a great neutral. Pops of color can be added with accessories/art/fabric etc. this way its easy to change things up in a flash! You know that's how us design ladies do it. 😉
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