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Trending: Nude (But Not Naked) Interiors

Flesh, skin-tone, rosy-beige tints are in for decor, because Nude is the New Sexy

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Soft pastels are having their day in both fashion and the home—rose quartz and serenity blue, mint green and lilac, and all the other barely-there tints can be seen in everything from sofas to the kitchen sink.

But the new hot, pale color is Nude: as in almond, oatmeal, flesh, the lightest tan, and pinkish tints of medium beige. A nude color palette is more grown-up-looking and sexier than pastels, and would look right at home in both pristine, all-white setting and a gritty industrial home.  

You can go all out and create an all-nude room (how daring!), or play it coy by adding one or two nude pieces to sedate neutrals or bold brights. Here are a six nude looks you can take a peek at. 

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