There's nothing wrong with erring towards beiges and greys in any space, but the right amount of risk-taking color can take a room from safely chic to completely memorable. This move doesn't even require committing to a bold red wall or a jewel-toned couch; smaller decorations, like mirrors, framing, and artwork.
The introduction of art is a chance to infuse color and personality into a neutral palette. Think large scale photography, paintings or even mixed media. When it comes to statement pieces, go big to go home.
Texture brings depth and interest to neutral spaces, so you get the quietness without the boredom. What could be simple color on canvas is elevated with original artwork and its range of texture.
A Warm Cool Balance
Spaces often go too chilly or too earthy. We love to play with cool and warm tones to achieve a sense of balance. These original canvases were the perfect juxtaposition!
Sculptural works of art in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors enlivens and activates a neutral space. Mixing mirror with artwork not only provides a nice light quality but also brings the je ne sais quoi. This space opened the room while giving structure in the form on an antique mirror
Our real neutral obsession is the color camel. It provides richness to a monochromatic palette without drawing too much attention. Whether you are introducing it through textiles, leather or various stains of wood a rich frame will translate welld