|We are buying a second home in Florida which has been painted a neutral sandy beige. The floors are also a similar color tile. I was thinking of a grey sofa/sectional but wonder of this is too trendy? Also, what color accents do think would give it some pizazz? It overlooks a pool area so there's a lot of light and greenery.|
|If it were my house, I'd look for a sofa in a golden tan color a couple shades darker than the walls, and I'd use turquoise and orange accent colors. |
Kind of like this color scheme.
|I'd go with greens or blues with white.|
This post was edited by Tibbrix on Fri, Aug 1, 14 at 9:31
|Just in time, Houzz source book "how to bring beige walls to life". Just some examples below. More at th elink. |
Here is a link that might be useful: How to bring beige walls to life
|I would look at design-seeds.com or houzz.com or magazines or even artwork or fabric to give yourself a color palette to work toward...then making selections for sofas, chairs, rugs, etc. becomes much easier. Esp since beige goes with everything...without a color direction, you can spin your wheels for days...|
|My house is painted about the same color. |
Floor are beige and grey tile that looks like slate
In my family room, I have a dark eggplant sofa and some brown and gold accents.
Dining room/Living room: I have a mossy green accent wall (Laura Ashley Olive 4) and green and dark red accents
Hallways/bathroom have black and grey
Beige is such an easy color. You can make it look good with whatever you put with it. Good luck!
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