Beige has forever been associated with being dated or dull, but I’m here to tell you that this colour is far from that, and in fact that it’s a colour we should embrace especially in today’s interiors. From modern minimalist spaces to homely Hamptons-style abodes, this colour will provide the warmth and character every home needs.
The almost caramel tones of a soft beige will look fantastic paired with warm whites, timber and tan leather – add some matte black in the joinery and decorative items and you have yourself a cool contemporary Australian interior. Alternatively, a Hamptons interior design style will perfectly suit a beige interior for a chic coastal look. Dulux’s Beige Royal Quarter is a beautiful beige and will add a sophisticated touch to a living room, especially paired with a soft linen sofa such as the Max Sparrow North Hampton Sofa.
If painting an entire room (or wall) is too intense for you, then consider incorporating this colour through homewares and soft furnishings: earthy pots and vessels, timber, and soft linen curtains will add accents of beige without being too overpowering.