Stone is a beautiful foundation for the bedroom because of all the varying possibilities. From contemporary to mid-century modern, there’s always a relaxing edge placed within the style. This beautiful room has a lot of feminine power but finished with a chic charm as well.
Bright and light, marshmallow white is another wonderful and easy way to create a stunning foundation to any room of the house.
If you’re thinking about going with a darker neutral to set the tone, think about an onyx shade of black. There’s a pearl-ish context to the finish which provides a bout of femininity to the harshness. Check out this stunner of a nursery at
This light and buttery cream is a great shade to go with for family areas. The living room or the kitchen can be dressed in this neutral with super ease. We love how this area was accented by soft grays and sky blues to make an even more welcoming ethos.
This misty, morning gray bedroom is another one to fall in love with. There’s an easy romance that surrounds this shade and one that’s versatile for all room of the house. It’s also a great choice for those that want a subtle masculinity infused.
A clearer, transculecent white is really nice as well – especially when there’s a lot of natural light coming in through windows. This setup found on
If you want to invite in some warmth, think about using a sparrow tone inside the home office. It will envelope you and create a relaxing atmosphere, conducive for work. This space combines a beautiful mix of contemporary tone and farmhouse qualities.
An even creamier white, in the form of linen, is what’s lining this bedroom. Offset by vintage flavors and a bit of gold, it’s a great way to go when you’re in need of creating extra space and opening up rooms to their fullest potential.
A cool neutral that also provides a romantic and relaxed presence in the bedroom. Paired with taupe and off-white, it’s a way to create a monochromatic scheme without becoming boring or too stuffy. You can easily add some pastel shades in here as well for an extra bout of personalization.
A midnight blue can act as a black-spectrum neutral. It’s deep enough to do the job of the best and blackest of tones, but with a richness that’s still inviting. Contrast this deep-walled living room from
A vanilla neutral is perfect for the kitchen. This space from
Finally, check out this beautiful design for more looks into this zen-inspired living space. The honeydew walls act as a unique but usable neutral inside the home. It also will pair well with creams and grays.