The Salone del Mobile 2023 reaffirmed the character of colours for furniture and design details. Chromatic research goes across the board for planners and designers, it is enhanced by mix and match or monochrome hues and materials.
To exalt these trends, the home is clad in neutral tones: white, beige and cream blend neutrally with the furnishings and enhance the character of rooms and certain areas.
The Japandi style, which we talked about in this post, is well represented by soft tones such as sand and beige. These two shades, in combination with other colours, can be used to avoid creating a monotonous environment and to give a touch of colour that still conveys calm and relaxation.
In this article we will take a closer look at the use of beige, which can be combined with a wide range of colours to create a variety of aesthetic effects. Thanks to the versatility of this timeless neutral colour, beige walls offer you a perfect basis for experimenting with furniture and accessories.
How do you get beige?
Two colours are necessary to create beige: white and brown. This colour tone has many benefits: it is a calming colour and is very easy to match, plus it never goes out of fashion. Being a light and bright colour it makes rooms look more spacious and bright, and is less obvious than white.
Ideas for every space
White and beige are the perfect colours for those who love minimalism: two bright colours that everyone always agrees on.
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