5 Must-See Photos Of Elegant Taupe Interiors
These spaces are classy and timeless
Indigo, teal, and wenge—there are quite a lot of colors that we have a hard time defining, and that includes taupe. Is it gray, or is it beige? One thing is for sure, it's a favorite among homeowners. After all, this soft shade is easy to maintain, matches with a lot of different styles, and it makes a statement without being too bold.
If you've been thinking about delving into neutrals, don't limit yourself to black and white. To inspire you, we've put together a few photo pegs that show off the beauty of taupe and how you can incorporate it into your space:
Neutrals, in general—especially taupe, act as a great base for any type of decor. For a look that would never get old, consider pairing it with non-hues like white and beige. If you're set on adding color, inject small hints of cooler tones instead of going all out to keep it fresh.
For those who are expecting, but are still unsure if it's a boy or a girl, consider styling a gender-neutral nursery with taupe decor. Keep all of the furniture sleek and simple while adding a few mirrored pieces to make the space bigger. You can also add touches of brown to add depth to the space.
If you're already fond of using tones of khaki at home and you're looking for a way to update it, adding a few splashes of taupe can give it a modern twist. You can even go as far as adding splashes of yellow to wake up the room!
Did you know that shades of gray can lull you into a relaxed state? This makes taupe a perfect color choice for the bedroom! From the walls to the bedding, deck the room out in varying tones to create a soothing ambiance.
Since it's such a muted color, taupe is a great choice if you want to tone down a maximalist space. To keep the look interesting, feel free to play with texture and unique finishes.
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