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The choice of interior wall colour is perhaps the first thing we should consider when we look at home decor.
Neutral colours can add a sophistication to a room. Many people have seen this with beige, but there are other neutral colours as well. And by their very nature (neutral) they provide a versatile background for many other features of the decor. So many things will go with beige.
Elephant’s Breath – this is a warm mid gray tone, though it varies with the lighting. It can look almost lilac or slightly beige in natural light, depending if the room window is towards the morning Sun. Even as grey it is warm and pleasant.
Grey-Beige – Some call this a pewter colour. It has a grey that is softened by brown undertones. This goes particularity well with dark wood and white trim.
Doeskin / Mauve-Taupe – This is still neutral, but it has depth. It certainly feels inviting, and is popular with bedrooms. This goes well with cream, gray and dark brown.
Mocha Foam – This has more presence than a light beige or off-white colour, adding some dimension without being dark or oppressive. It goes well with earthy colours like green, or plain white and cream.
Country Whitewash – While plain white can feel a little sterile an off-white adds a warm subtle undertone to a room. This pairs with almost any colour.
Swirling Smoke – A crisp light gray option which incorporates earthy yellow, green and mahogany. It is a very calming, good for a minimalist, open room.
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