Want to create a cosy bedroom or living room? Neutral hues like ivory, cream, taupe and camel would be some of the go-to colours for walls or a colour scheme. But it doesn’t mean you’re stuck with a dull, sanitised living space. As these hues are muted and understated, they are suitable backdrops that bring out the best of your bright and deep-hued furniture and furnishings. 

Cream and Rustic Brown
The paring of the cream with rustic brown makes for a bolder, more masculine look.


Cream, Lavender and Pebble Grey
Lavender and pebble grey make subtle counterpoints in this neutral scheme. Romo fabric collection from Danovel.


Adding a darker neutral shade, somewhat like the colour of latte, prevents the room from looking too washed out. It adds a glow to the room when the light hits, too!


Cream-coloured Furniture
Cream-coloured furniture can help brighten your space and give a soothing, airy feel. Keep things simple by adding accessories of the same shade. They will add texture and interest while keeping the neutral colour scheme.


For more colour ideas for your home:
10 Colourful Kitchens (That Look As Good As They Cook!)
+ Channel romance and elegance into your home with pastel colours!
Would you dare to try these colour schemes for your home?