Beige isn’t the most flashy of colors. In fact, it’s pretty notorious for being referred to as bland. But, don’t underestimate the beauty of this classic neutral color. It’s actually being used more and more as accents in trendy interiors of late.
In fact, Pantone Warm Sand is a current version of beige they proudly feature in their Spring 2018 Color Trend Report. You can find it alongside the more flashy color trends like Meadowlark, Arcadia and Ultra Violet. Now, I would describe Warm Sand as a beige. But, some might also call it a tan or a light brown.
These are the tan decor pieces I used to create the Pantone Warm Sand mood board above…
I absolutely love the jute rug above. It’s, hands down, my most favorite piece in this collection. But, I also have my eye on that Dexter sofa in #3. What can I say, I’m a sucker for mid-century modern furniture. Which piece is your favorite?
1. Nesting Coffee Table | 2. Mini Drum Pendant | 3. Dexter Sofa | 4. Kongsvinger Loveseat | 5. Beige Pillow | 6. Striped Throw Blanket | 7. Loloi Pillow | 8. Large Round Candle | 9. Linen Bench | 10. Cassidy Console Table | 11. Moroccan Square Pouf | 12. Colony Stool | 13. Leather Hide Pillow | 14. Aspen Side Table | 15. Natural Area Rug | 16. Coburn Stool | 17. Sherise Pendant | 18. Napa End Table
If you like Warm Sand, you might also like my Spunky Beige product roundup or my Tres Naturale and Hazelnut color trend posts. My Cozy Living Room with White Walls and Berry Pink Accents look also coordinates with this color.
Other posts that coordinate with Warm Sand: A Modern Foyer Design Inspired by a Pink Polka Dot Skirt look, Coastal Casual palette, A Tan and Blue Color Palette for Coastal Living Rooms look, Tribal Collection palette, A Modern Boho Living Room with Vintage Rugs and a Safari Chair look, Vintage Pinks palette, A Vintage Living Room with Pink Rug and Tan Leather Pouf look.
Are you a fan of beige decor? I don’t like a totally beige room but small beige decor accents can add an interesting layer to a color scheme. A nice sisal rug perhaps?
Coordinating posts you might like…