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15 Feb 2019
If you are looking for a fresh yet warm new look for your interior space, have you considered going nude? Nude colours are earthy, barely-there shades that create a warmer, friendlier look than the greys of recent years. To get an idea of nude colours, think of sandy shades, fleshy pink tones, oatmeal, linen and earthy colours.
Start with the walls
Nude walls create a chic, clean and inviting backdrop to any room in the house but work particularly well in living rooms and bedrooms. You don’t have to stick with one tone - use various tones and shades on your walls for a soft, warm feel to a room. All nudes and neutrals work well together so you can combine nude pinks with more earthy tones or even very light blue, beige, caramel and brown.
Add layers of nude colour to your room. Pile cushions and throws in various shades of nude to a neutral coloured sofa. Add some pattern in muted tones with a rug or floor tiles. Contrasting textures like glass, metal and wood work well to add variety and interest to a room.
If you don’t want to go fully nude, use it as a backdrop that can be paired with a bold statement style to create a different look altogether. Combine it with black and gold for boudoir glamour or with a pop of bright colour such as sapphire or wine to add some richness. If you are happy to stick with nude, then add antique style to your room with painted or bleached French antique furniture and the use of lace.
Introducing nude to your interiors is a great way to create a new clean yet warmer look. Remember to use a variety of shades to make your room inviting and interesting.