Taking on the task of choosing the colours for your new home can be an overwhelming task with so many things to consider. Should you use wallpaper? Should you paint? What paints go best with the furniture? How can you make your rooms feel bigger and more spacious? How do you create a sense of warmth in the spaces?
But don’t worry, we’re here to take the stress out of your home renovation with some easy ways to make the most out of the spaces you’re creating through neutral colours. But before we go into that, let’s talk about what neutral colours are exactly.
Neutral colours consist of black, white, brown, grey, and seemingly “colourless” shades in between that reveal their soothing, underlying tones depending on the light and environment. Common examples of those shades are beige, taupe, ivory, canvas, and tan but there are a ton of other options coming up that can reinvent the look of your home into that modern, luxurious utopia you’re envisioning.
So what are some ways to use neutral colours well in your home?