Decorating with neutrals
Bing: Gender neutral color
Decorating with a neutral palette keeps men and women happy. Textured pieces, such as a leather pouf and faux fur pillow, add charm while the color scheme creates a space that's livable for the whole clan.
Into the woods
The rattan shades, coordinating beige upholstery, and natural wood furniture work together to create a cozy, warm den.
The floral pillows, paired with the plants (real and fake), add pops of colors and a touch of zen.
Not just nude
Punch up a basic white sectional with bright patterned pillows. Despite the classic blue and yellow color combo, the overall look stays safely within the neutral zone.
Bing: Sectional sofas
Neutral is anything but boring when you choose deep hues of brown and green to add richness to the room. Textures from the rug, chair, and pillows give personality to a space dominated by earth tones.
A stylish alternative to beige, grey complements just about any color. Pair grey decor with other calming hues, like blue, to transform your living room into a sophisticated oasis.
What's more inviting than oversized armchairs? These cocoa numbers are ready for company any time of day. Bonus: The dark fabric will help conceal everything from coffee spills to dog hair.
Start with a perennial bestseller: the modern white sofa. Then turn the basic into beautiful with the help of pale green pillows, patterned curtains, and subdued artwork.
A wall of framed art makes a grand statement in this unique living room. The space calls on an eclectic mix of patterns and colors without letting a single element steal the show.
The lush floor-to-ceiling curtains, drum light fixture, and mirrored table elevate this neutral space into an elegant parlor.
Aside from color, shapes are another easy way to add panache to your room. Consider a chaise lounge or a chair with a distinct silhouette to keep your space looking fresh.