When buying a new home, or starting a renovation, the mind reviews all the possible colors that can be used on walls and furnishings.
There are so many solutions and inspirations that it’s very easy to get confused!
Below are some projects in which I used warm colors for the walls including some furniture.
Warm colors can be the winning choice for those who want a warm, balanced environment without too bright corners.
Lovers of neutral colors, who also have many shades, will find the inspirations they seek here.
Warm colors that don’t tire
I admit that I am a lover of warm, often neutral colors, which create harmony to the environment and which, let me tell you, will never go out of style.
In the face of those who say that warm, beige, neutral colors are flat and do not convey emotions.
Everyone has his own style and everyone must find their balance and their right colors in their home.
I have therefore selected several images of warm colors that can inspire you and make you understand how the perception of the environment can really change depending on the choice of the color of the walls (and then of course also of the furnishings).
The images can be divided into the following palettes:
- Palette number 1: warm and light colors
- Palette number 2: warm and darker colors
- Palette number 3: beige with a bit of pink tip and terracotta
- Palette bumber 4: beige with a bit of green
Palette number 1: warm and light colors
They are very light beige, whose hue is taken from the furnishing elements such as sofa, armchairs, accessories. Perfect match with wood and with rattan or golden details.
Palette number 2: warm and darker colors
In this second palette I have grouped a darker shade of beige, which we can define brown
I would certainly use this shade on a single wall , the one to give more prominence to.
Perfect black and dark gray accessories, as well as opaque whites and gold-colored details.
Be careful not to paint the other walls with cold tones : propose a warm but lighter color (not pure white or cold grays), and brown will not be heavy.
Via Sherwin Williams for Domino Via Lady Jotun Via Alexandra Bring Instragram Profile
Palette number 3: beige with a bit of pink and terracotta
This palette contains those beige shades that have pink or terracotta tips inside them.
They are therefore more distinctive, because they are no longer true neutral hues, but always remain warm colors.
Very good pairing with opaque greens and light wood . The best white skirting board !!
Via A&C HomeStore Via Lady Jotun Via Varpunen
Palette number 4: beige with a bit of green
t is beige in which, as you can see from the images, there is a slight hint of green inside.
Excellent combination with dark shades , whether they are woods, fabrics or lacquers.
With the light wood a little contrast is lost; you can see it in the second photo of the following gallery.
Via Lady Jotun Via Lady Jotun Via Lady Jotun