From the palest greys to the deepest browns – neutral colours are anything but boring. If you’ve chosen this colour scheme, you’ve taken the first step to adding a warm spice to your home with the versatility of the neutral palette.
There is so much more to neutral than magnolia. By opening up the colour palette you can introduce some creams, tans and even some pale blues and yellows to your home, to achieve a beautifully natural and timeless look.
The Henley Sofa in Chelsea Sand upholstery fabric offers classic design partnered with natural colour to create a minimalistic and contemporary look. If you have the space, think about adding some matching armchairs.
The beauty of neutral is its simplicity. It creates a calm and harmonious atmosphere with minimal effort. But by incorporating some slightly darker hues, like wooden logs near a fireplace, it can break up the colours to prevent it from feeling bland.
Try including texture by dressing your space with some stoneware and slate, this will complement your colour palette and give it a hint of modernism. Small houseplants can also add a pop of colour, while keeping to the natural feel.
Are you ready to embrace the elegance of natural beauty?