Before I began this post, I looked up the definition of neutral just so I could be sure of what I thought I already understood. After all, beige and grey (or gray) are both colors, right? At what point does a room stop being neutral?The definition of neutral (as referring to color) is: (a) gray; without hue; of zero chroma; achromatic. (b) matching well with many or most other colors or shades, as white or beige.
I've selected the above images of neutral rooms that I like because they use textures, patterns and shapes to add interest. Beige does not have to be boring!
(Images:1 Anna Wolf via dwellings and decor, 2,3 & 10 via Home Sweet Home, 4 Living Etc, 5 via Cote de Texas, 6 via Katy Elliott, 7, 8 & 9 Living Etc)
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