Are you planning to decorate your house with neutral colors? Some of the best interiors designers agree that certain colors can create a pared-down look that’s anything but austere. In fact, neutral colors don’t have to be boring and when it comes to decorating, a neutral palette doesn’t always start and end with beige or white.
Sasha Bikoff, Henriette von Stockhausen and Anne Hepfer, are some of the experts in the field of interior design who are using these “new neutrals”. Therefore, Home Decor Ideas is going to present you with a selection about How to Decorate with Neutral Colors!
Blush pink is a new hit in home décor. Blush pink can be a challenging color to decorate with is its reputation as a primarily feminine color. However, men are becoming bolder with colors that were formerly considered feminine. And when it comes to blush pink, it’s more than fashionable for men as well as women to use this provocative shade in their modern homes!
Master Bedroom Decor With “New Neutrals” featuring Crochet Nightstand by Boca do Lobo.
Interior Design Project with Empire Center Table by Boca do Lobo.
For New York-based designer Sasha Bikoff, pale pink is easy at the eye but still packs a punch. “I consider certain pinks neutral because of their nude, almost skin-like quality,” says the designer.
If you’re looking to add a more sophisticated touch to your home, look no further than gray. This color can work really well in bringing a more modern feel to a room.
Master Bedroom Decor Using Silver by BRABBU.
Contemporary Silver Living Room with Ceiling Lamp by Delightfull.
Canadian designer Anne Hepfer recommends a pale blue-gray to create a neutral, soft palette.
Which one is your favorite neutral color? Please tell us your opinion about How to Decorate with Neutral Colors on the comments below.