Ok kiddos, I mentioned this a few days ago, but gray and cool tones are on their way out and beige and warm neutrals are making their way into the hearts of designers everywhere! We’v been doing the grays and cool tones for a while now, and don’t get me wrong, they can be lovely. If more a modern vibe is your thing than grays and cool tones may still be the way to go, but I think we are going to start seeing more and more warm neutrals.
My house has been going this direction for a long time. I’ve always loved an earthy vibe, but I’m craving a bit more warm tones.
Here’s how you accomplish this style!
A warm rug. This rug is to die for. We used it in a client’s house once, and I just wanted to lay down, profess my love to it, and never get up.
Natural elements and texture. These pots add a warm and earthy vibe.
Designers seem to be turning to photography more and more for art. Personally, I love it! Nature always makes the best subject.
And when you don’t do photography, warm tones in art are the way to go.
Pillows are the easiest way to add warmth. Warm pillows mixed with some neutrals are the way to go.
It’s always smart to add lots of different textures and materials. Wood and baskets are a must.
Who doesn’t love leather?! It’s the perfect addition to this look.
And you should also add something old or antique.
Keep the walls and major furniture light and neutral and you have yourself a warm and earthy space!