Neutral colors have always made it into the design and decor of the home. It just so happens that Neutral Palette is one of the leading trends of 2019, so with that in mind, we’ll be giving you some good examples of how these tones can make your house look more natural and cozy.
The Neutral Palette trend is probably one of the most flexible interior design trends that you can use in home decoration. Not only does it help in creating a balanced place, but it also allows you to change up things a little bit should you try to add little touches of color here and there.
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The colors that are more predominant in the Neutral Palette are slight tones of white, grey, brown, gold, as well as some pasty tones. Sound boring to you? Nothing could be further from the truth: it’s all a matter of taste! One of the main tricks to accomplish a good look with this trend is bringing in a variety of patterns and textures to settle some visual differences from object to object.
A neutral living room does not have to be bland. You can add a little shine to this style through the use of furniture pieces made out of glass, mirror, chrome, and silver. This is one of the main tricks to create a sophisticated and luxurious atmosphere.
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Neutral Palette is also a good choice if you want to give your home decor a more modern or contemporary touch. Neutral living rooms can be just as warm, comfortable and cozy as other styles. Don’t forget to add little touches to avoid making your room seem lifeless and bland. Invest also in natural light, because it’s an element guaranteed to liven up any room no matter the style.
Neutrals can be accompanied by warm colored furniture an/or accessories (especially if that color is brown). This refers to our previous paragraph because the secret is in the little touches. For example if grey is predominant in the room, make sure to complement with brown undertones instead of blue undertones, seen as cold colors may make a room feel uneasy in this case. Keep trying and testing and you’ll get some wonderful results in your decor!