When it comes to designing your home with a mix of neutral colors, you can almost never go wrong with how you pair the colorings in your space. Whether you're going for a modern, traditional, or contemporay look, mixing neutrals works so well simply because they allow you to go any route with your design.
Using Neutrals As A Base
Having a neutral base gives you the opportunity to bring bright accessories into your room without making it feel incredibly overwhelming. The neutrals allow the bright colors to pop, but at the same time, they also keep them grounded. If you're more traditional, incorporate accent pieces in darker or lighter shades of your main neutrals, to truly give your space a calming energy.
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Flooring is a great and easy way to bring neutrals into your home. On promotion until August 1, 2016 is Kennedy Point, a pattern from the Dabbieri Collection. Available in eight varying neutrals, Kennedy Point is created by combining a subtle striations yarn with a solid color accent yarn, giving it a beautiful and artistic look.
What is your preferred way to design with neutral colors?