This hue delivers a warmer softer and altogether more inviting look and feel which translates to every room in the house.
In the Caribbean, we can use the undertones of beige in materials that perfectly suit our climate and the design of the spaces we want to create. Wicker, wood, jute and sisal all have similar undertones and can be used together for a harmonious, textural stylish space.
Set beige toned pieces besides white backdrops. Primarily paint the walls white as the background, then pair with beige furniture. Show case the warm hue of fixed elements and accessories that in turn become the star of the show.
I never thought I would be considering this colour back in my decorating repertoire but here we are! For years, I have been advising against painting walls this colour and changing out old boring sofas, but used in an updated and different medium, we can still incorporate this colour whilst dragging the look and feel into today’s aesthetic giving it classic and timeless feel.
Here are 7 ways to incorporate beige in your scheme:
Finally, never underestimate the power of plants and greenery. For a more tropical mix with beige make sure you utilise plants, ferns and palms, be it real or silks for a super polished result.