We love all the contrast in this living room! The contemporary clean lines of the sofa contrast the rustic wood wall, giving the room a great mix of styles while still matching. This room also incorportates gray and brown tones perfectly, which is a tricky thing to do. The gold round mirror and unique coffee table add interest while not drawing the eye away from the rest of the characteristics.
Although this stony-tone palette's charcoal and ash grays read as cool, reddish undertones heat up the cocoa brown, cream, and khaki hues to create a perfectly balanced mix of warm and cold temperatures. Try this palette in rooms outfitted with naturally warm-stained cabinets, flooring, and furniture./
White color adds volume to a combination of soft gray-brown hues. This color scheme suits well exterior trim of cottage or country house, as well as balconies and loggias of city apartments. This color scheme can be used in a classic business clothes, both male and female.
The traditional combination of gray, beige and brown colors in one palette. Warm tone emphasizes dark chocolate color and enhanced by light shades of brown. Harmonious and stylish combination of interior decoration cafe, restaurant or kitchen. Perfect solution for a wardrobe in the fall or winter.
Navy blue is a “new neutral” —paired it with just about any other color; a nice change from black, gray and brown, the usual dark neutrals. It looks fantastic with April Sky from PPG Pittsburgh Paints. Use bolder hues more sparingly if you want to keep the vibe airy and light. But if you want to go bold, an accent wall or two in the green or navy would be eye catching and dramatic. From left to right: Whispering Spring, Pear Green and Indi Go-Go, all from Benjamin Moore.