Have you tried making a statement by NOT making a statement? That is what I equate with decorating with neutrals. There are so many ways to use texture, rather than color, to create depth in your room, and today we’re going to show you lots of examples of elements you can incorporate into your own home.
This vignette, with a beige linen couch, linen pillows, glass lamps and glass accents, feels fresh and light. From Dover House Antiques and Mercantile.
Here’s a neutral look for your patio or screened porch. The outdoor large sectional corner couch at Digs has neutral striped pillows, which make a great background for a pop of color from the red horse pillow.
This looks like a very comfy place to sit. The neutral grey-beige, otherwise known now as greige, linen couch with yellow and grey pillows are inviting, without being overpowering. Available at Colonial Designs.
More greige, this time on a daybed at Digs in an outdoor linen fabric. Perfect for napping outside.
Here is a beautiful greige leather couch with nailheads and lots of textured pillows at Tassels. Love the patterns of the pillows against the smooth leather.
These three different neutral textures–linen, velvet and fur–play well off of each other here. From Tassels.
This natural jute lamp makes for a great neutral accent piece. Available at Tassels.
Here’s another neutral lamp, with accompanying all-neutral chair, textured pillows and throw. From Dover House Antiques and Mercantile.
Here’s a close-up of the beautiful dishes, flatware and linens from Juliska from the previous photo; this is a mix of bamboo, linen and caning, which all blend well.
More beauties from Juliska in greige. These are all “imperfectly” perfect.
Remember your floor with these neutral patterned rugs. This one is from Digs.
Here is a layered rug ensemble at Tassels. For more on layered rugs, read about it here on StyleBlueprint Atlanta.
Enjoy your new neutral palette. The good news is it matches everything in your house already!