Style your interior a soft mien with underlying muted monotones and nude or blush tones that offer a palest hint of pink. Already invading the world of fashion and make-up, these tones are emerging as trendy, irresistible colours in the interior design scene, giving creamy white interiors a light, airy and calm feel.
Nude walls and decorative nude accents give go-to neutrals much-needed punch. Introduce a nude-tone curtain, bedspread or even sofa throw to update your space. Bring to life a design theme with style-appropriate pieces. This works well with modern Parisian, Victorian classic and contemporary homes. They can be replaced from time to time to reflect newer trends, but are otherwise great all year round. The space will feel natural with a laid back charm.
Earthy, unobtrusive nude tones also go hand in hand with a pale blue, beige, terra cotta or brown. Extremely versatile, you’ll find that nudes blend well with different materials such as rustic wood for an informal touch. This contrast will warm up the space, injecting some cheerfulness. Another curated look is melding nudes with high-end marble for a look more elegant and poised.
Fancy more colours? Usher teal accents or potted greens. Alternatively, throw in metallic bronze hues to offer glitz and drama for an over-the-top look. Layering nudes with stronger colours like a bright pink is another viable option. Many palettes will work well with nudes to create an ethereal sanctuary overflowing with global appeal sophistication. Taking cue from interior design magazines, nude tones can surely transform an otherwise inconspicuous home into a polished, enviable abode you’ll be proud to showcase.