A beige kitchen in the interior is a classic example of a neutral design. The general background can be diluted with any bright accents, and it will not become aggressive from this.

For its peaceful nature, the colour was appreciated by the designers.

Advantages and Disadvantages

Beige is widespread, and it’s no coincidence:

  • versatility allows you to combine it with other colours;

  • many shades make it acceptable for any room – compact and spacious, light and shaded;

  • the neutrality of perception calms adjusts positively;

  • Unpretentiousness makes it possible to inscribe colour as the main or additional colour in any style, from classics to modernism.

There are not so many disadvantages to using colour:

  • interior design using only beige can be monotonous and boring;
  • The light tone is usually easily soiled and requires careful maintenance.

Cold or warm

The beige colour can acquire warmth or coldness, depending on the saturation of the tone.

The greater the presence of grey, blue and the paler the beige, the colder it is. The influence of blue is especially noticeable. Even adding red and yellow to create a green and purple undertone will not make the colour warmer.

The cool beige brings elegance to specific combinations, slowing down the provocative accent of the vibrancy of the paint. The introduction of red, yellow creates a soft perception.

The warm beige colour favourably emphasizes the bright design elements while remaining in the shade, while at the same time smoothing out the impression of the flashy colours.

Kitchen style

Beige can be successfully combined with any texture, material, and it can fit into any style.

Modern

The term “modern” hides a mixture of styles: minimalism, hi-tech, industrial, techno. Classics, ethno-style of art nouveau can also be modern if you endow them with characteristic features:

  • space and a minimum of decor;

  • a restrained palette of colours – white and beige, earthy, grey tones and bright accents;

  • geometric shapes, modular furniture;

  • interior functionality,

  • Coloured top – for example, beige stretch ceiling.

The concept can be played up in a smooth colour transition – grey bottom, beige top or beige with light green. More daring options are burgundy bottom, beige top or sandy beige and fuchsia.

Modern

Art Nouveau was formed during the industrial revolution based on the classical style. It is characterized by a natural smoothness of outlines and pastel colours: sand, pearl, pistachio-beige, peach tones.

Organically two-colour combination of beige and grey, dark brown with beige, beige and coffee tones with muted shades of red, grey, green.

The primary material of furniture and decoration is wood, and the additional material is metal. Staining is discouraged.

A beige and brown kitchen with a wooden countertop, a beech, ash-coloured baked milk facade will organically complement the dark oak parquet floor.

A modern beige kitchen in a contemporary interior is more practical than 100 years ago. Household appliances, a hob, an apron made of glass or ceramic tiles are combined with a vintage style.

Classic

The classic beige kitchen is elegant but space-demanding. It will not work to express the peculiarities of the style with its craving for stucco moulding and carving in the Khrushchev. A luxurious chandelier and long curtains will harmoniously look in the beige and chocolate kitchen-living room.

Scandinavian

The Scandinavian style is equally good in an apartment and a wooden house. Cold beige colours and their combinations will play in unison with the Nordic mood. The combination of a grey floor with a beige facade and white walls is laconic.

A white kitchen with beige appliances looks spacious but somewhat monotonous. Accessories and decor made of wood, clay and an apron for the kitchen in warm brown-beige colours will revive the overall picture.

Neoclassic

Neoclassicism idealizes royal luxury but brings modern elements to the interior. As in the classics, the style prefers moderation in colours and prefers beige. The latter is present in warm shades of latte colour and cream, cold lilac-beige, brown-beige.

High tech

One of the features of this direction is metal surfaces and parts made of metal, plastic, glass. Functionality, the severity of lines determine convenience and practicality. The high-tech style leans towards cold colours; therefore, in a kitchen with combined colours, combinations of beige and cherry, black and beige, wenge and beige are more common.

Provence

A cosy family atmosphere will be emphasized by the beige and blue mood of Provence. You can diversify the pallor of tones with textiles with the inclusion of burgundy and green. Wallpaper for a beige kitchen is chosen with floral patterns.

Country

The rustic country flavour is created based on natural materials and colours. The quality of the furniture will emphasize the rich colour. The classic beige top and brown bottom dilute the textile with coloured patterns on the cushions on the massive leather sofa.

Wooden chairs with carved backs, grandmother’s, upholstered with iron, chests are decorated with colourful rugs.

Loft

The loft is characterized by a brick kitchen or a simple concrete finish. High ceilings, a full-wall window complements the bar stools at the rectangular counter. The colour spectrum continues the palette of finishing materials – brown, grey, black and white in various combinations with beige.

Minimalism

The essence of the minimalism style is in the simplicity of the furnishings, the absence of decor as decoration. The colour palette’s unpretentiousness principle will express the taupe colour in combination with white and grey. Blinds on the windows will complement the grey plastic kitchen with beige walls.

Mediterranean

Fans of the sea and Mediterranean style will be reminded of the wave by matching the blue bottom to the beige top. You can soften the intonation by decorating a light kitchen gently using caramel colour with turquoise accents.

With patina

Patting is one of the ways to decorate semi-antique furniture. In classic, Provence, country styles, the method is most effective. The beige kitchen with wood embossed with gold patina looks like an antique. There are other colours for coating – bronze, copper, silver.

Choosing a countertop

To make the proper accent, choose the material and colour of the countertop.

Wooden, wood grain

Natural wood will fit perfectly into a beige interior for an eco-friendly kitchen, but the texture should not be different. The same applies to wood-like material – two or three patterns will create a discrepancy. Monochrome surfaces coexist well with structural ones.

Marble

The beige marble panel looks solid and attractive but is not resistant to high temperatures and acids.

Acrylic

Artificial stone can look natural or be custom red, blue.

Dark

It is desirable to add a dark brown, black colour to the environment, but not the main one. In a room with a black countertop, you can put chairs, purchase household appliances of the same colour, or install black handles in a beige kitchen.

White

The universal colour will play along with any subtone of beige, and it is not as easily soiled as it is commonly believed.

Brown

Brown is often chosen as a counterbalance to a bright kitchen. It is easier to play in contrast than to match the furniture.

Redhead

Red will add brightness to a dark headset, bring cheerfulness to the pale tone of beige. A cosy and dynamic colour at the same time.

Facades

Kitchen fronts create the central atmosphere of the room. In addition to the purely external effect, do not forget about the practical side of the choice.

Coating

  • glossy – spectacular, especially pearlescent beige, adds light to the room, but traces of touch are noticeable;

  • Matte – the most practical, soft-touch facades look the most attractive.

Material

  • plastic is varied in decor and shape, but it is difficult to replace, and it lends itself to blows;
  • MDF and chipboard are the most affordable, easy to maintain, can be easily replaced, but are short-lived;
  • the tree is beautiful, repairable but unstable to shock, moisture and high temperatures.

We select an apron.

The advantage of beige is its compatibility with any pattern and the ability to be the backdrop for any concept.

Tile:

  • White colour;

  • any bright with the obligatory addition of colour to the interior details;

  • mosaic ;

  • Beige is a darker colour than the facade or walls.

Skin:

  • monochrome execution in shades of the kitchen;

  • bright drawing in a contrasting design;

  • Imitation of stone or wood.

Plastic:

  • with a natural texture;

  • with an accent pattern;

  • imitation of masonry;

  • With a reflective surface.

Layout

The arrangement of furniture in the kitchen obeys the triangle rule. In an ergonomic version, the refrigerator-sink-stove should be at a distance of no more than 2 m from each other.

Corner

The corner layout is suitable for an average kitchen of 9-11 sq. m and only for a square configuration.

U-shaped

The U-shaped layout is convenient in rooms of 10-12 sq. m. Each of the three walls has one of the triangle elements. Moving around during cooking takes a minimum of time. Not suitable for oversized and very compact kitchens.

Straight

A single row can be used in small kitchens, studio apartments or an elongated arrangement. It is not ergonomic to build a working line of more than 3.5 m.

It is reasonable to use a two-row arrangement with an area of 12 sq. m.

With an island

In a spacious kitchen from 16 sq. m, any layouts are used with the removal of the working area to the centre of the room.

With bar counter

The bar counter can be an extension of the desktop or taken out separately, similar to the island.

Finishing

Before deciding what colour to paint a kitchen with a beige set, check out the assortment in hardware stores. Perhaps you will discover more modern finishes.

Walls

The standard option is wallpaper, painting or plastic panels. Decorative plaster, wood and stone cladding are among the more exclusive finishing methods. The texture and colour of the material are taken into account when installing furniture. A glossy monochromatic facade is more advantageous against a background of natural texture.

Floor

Given the specificity of the room, the most suitable floor material will be tiled.

However, the variety of materials gives a lot of opportunities for choice, including from natural materials – stone and wood treated with memorable compositions.

The most economical will be linoleum or plastic tiles.

Ceiling

For the ceiling, you can offer a traditional painting of a plastered surface, a two-tier plasterboard structure or a white, beige stretch canvas with built-in lighting sources.

Two-tone kitchens or what colours beige is combined with

What colour matches beige? Anyone. Instead, the question needs to be posed differently. Which combination would you like?

With grey

A discreet option for a well-lit, spacious kitchen. They make out a grey bottom, a beige top, or a reverse combination in the Scandinavian style.

To add energy, bring in a little turquoise, gold, pink. Against the background of grey wallpaper, the beige seems more profound.

With white

A versatile duo that should be diluted with the texture of the surfaces. Beige gloss, metal hood against the background of a flat white wall, the introduction of bright details will get rid of monotony.

So that the beige does not lose its cheerfulness, they choose warm shades of colour in creamy tones, cream colours.

With brown

The combination is partly conservative, found in classics, country styles, modern, Provence. The colours compliment and exalt each other.

With wenge

Combines in any proportions with light and dark shades. Dark wenge furniture is in perfect harmony with beige photo wallpaper or beige wall paint, Zebrano-style flooring.

With green

In a beige-green tandem, rectilinear green is best replaced with muted colours. Well-aimed hits – beige-mint, pistachio-beige. Pink, dull yellow is suitable as an additional one. You need to be careful about grey.

With olive

When paired, colours work in a relaxing way—a good choice for creating a relaxed atmosphere. Bright spots of burgundy, orange can be added to the pastel union.

With black

Black is stylish, emphasizes the clarity of the edges, but requires moderation. A beige high-tech kitchen with black appliances and a facade looks elegant but gloomy.

With blue

Blue is dosed in small portions, remaining on some furniture, curtains, and upholstery of chairs. Beige will balance the colour depth if it is cold.

With burgundy

The combination is not suitable for small rooms, and in large spaces, it does not accept rich decor. Deep burgundy looks good against a light beige.

With blue

The colours are mutually balanced, and additional accents will only be annoying.

With turquoise

The beige and turquoise kitchen looks luxurious. Gilding, the patina will enhance the impression.

With red

Red is self-sufficient; any other accents will become an obsessive stain. Beige and red cuisine can only be diluted with brown and chestnut. Beige and brown curtains, chestnut upholstery of chairs will not compete with the red facade.

With purple

Gloomy purple wins next to beige. Most of the space should be given to beige, and purple should be allowed to detail. Lilac has less contrast with beige. The combination of beige walls and a pale lilac facade of the kitchen is hidden and original.

With orange

Orange will warm the room, but the prominent role cannot be trusted. You can make an orange plastic apron to integrate the sunshine into a beige set.

With yellow

If yellow is allowed to take the place of decorative details, accessories, beige will work as a background.

With a tree

Beige favourably distinguishes natural material against its background if you choose its warm shades. A beige kitchen can be combined with a wood countertop and backsplash in the same colour but different texture.

We select decor and accessories.

Kitchen design is created not so much by the facade as by the decor and accessories. The mood of the room depends on which curtains or blinds appear on the window. Warm shades of the headset are wheat. Sandy will support coffee, cream curtains. The cold colour will set off the palette of grey-beige, beige-blue.

Although the beige kitchen is light enough, the lighting is set up in a layered approach—mandatory general lighting and spotlighting in the working area. Optionally, for privacy, you can select a dining area. Experts say that warm light bulbs are preferable for the kitchen. In their rays, dishes seem more attractive.

Pendant lights and a chandelier are shaped according to the overall style of the kitchen. These can be separately hanging lamps, combined on a bus, a decorative strip, an antique or black metal chandelier. In all cases, the number of light sources must be odd.

What else can be done in beige

In addition to the interior in beige colour, you can beat the details of the furnishings.

Apron

In soothing colour combinations, a mosaic apron or a tile apron can enliven the palette. In an eco-style, tiles with a heterogeneous colour look good. In a modern one – a glossy panel will expressively emphasize the style.

Table, chairs

Beige eco-leather chairs, wooden stools, bar stools can be completed in colour and material with a table or have an original texture and colour.

Washing

In the room’s overall design, a copper or yellowish sink in a classic and ethnic style will look appropriate, and with a modern design, chrome or painted surface will look more organic.

Tap

The mixer should not be out of context. It is quite possible to purchase a faucet of an outdated design with the appearance of bronze, copper for a rustic style, classic, or a beige mixer for a stone.

Technique

  • hob, oven – instead of the traditional black hob and oven, you can install beige or brown ones, but you have to look;
  • A freestanding refrigerator can match the colour of the facade or maintain a contrast. If the technique is steel, then other steel elements are added to the interior. If possible, the refrigerator is hidden behind the facade.
  • kettle – on a white or light background, a beige kettle can also accompany the general mood;
  • TV is an exciting idea but challenging to implement. Manufacturers mainly produce black models;
  • dishwasher – it is quite possible to choose a model that will merge with a beige set;
  • microwave – the choice is presented from sandy colour to milky;
  • The hood usually comes in the same colour as the set or can be finished with wood or metal.

Wallpaper

You can treat wallpaper as a background, accentuate attention with the help of photo wallpaper, highlight one wall in a dark tone and make the rest nondescript.

Curtains, blinds

Textiles and blinds are chosen from the design context. It can be only light beige tulle or complete with heavy dark curtains. Roman and vertical blinds, pleated blinds, cotton, roller blinds, classic straight blinds are suitable for a modern kitchen.

How not to overdo it: make bright accents.

Natural dull green, woody, stone and clay colours will be unmistakable accents. In moderate proportion, a beige and gold composition enlivens the room.

To soft beige, you can add a little burgundy, beige and crimson in a pattern on textiles or wallpaper.

Lovers of pastel colour combinations can be advised to add bright accessories to crosses – paintings, vases, carpets, napkins, which can be easily replaced on occasion.

Nuances for small kitchens

A small kitchen will visually increase the light colour. If white seems too sterile, you can combine a white top with a beige bottom. Placing the headset up to the ceiling will visually raise it. For a compact kitchen, choose a modern, functional style of interior. It has less clutter of parts.

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