Today, the Best Design Books blog will explore an extraordinary design moodboard that highlights the magnificence of using earth tones in interior design. This unique design element consists of a palette of complementary colors, such as grey, brown, tans, green and beige as well as various shades of all of them. Earth Tones is best described as a palette of colors whose characteristics were mainly inspired by nature. Throughout this article, you’ll get to discover a wide range of interior spaces and products that best represent this style.
When combined together, these colors can harmoniously recreate the color scheme found in the outdoors. Interiors that follow this sort of design scheme are usually warm, rich and invoke a sense of unparalleled comfort.
Whether you yearn for a modern or more traditional home, earth tones work well with almost any plan. Rooms can be decorated entirely in complementary earth tone colors, and as neutrals they can also host a bold splash of primary color for added interest. Earth tones have gained a lot of popularity in the last few decades especially due to their versatility and beauty and many interior designs and homeowners swear by these tones.
In an extremely well-designed home, this color palette is bound to impress and it is considered to be a safe decor choice for those who want a luxurious and relaxing atmosphere that is not only comfortable but also rather pleasing to the eye.
Now, let’s take a look at five furniture designs that star earth tones as the main protagonist and they are also perfect complements to any living room design:
The ethnicities of the mesmerizing Malay Archipelago inspired the creation of Malay velvet armchair, a twist on mid-century modern furniture. This tufted upholstered chair with aged brass legs has a mystical soul that will fulfil your living room set with energy from Nature.
In ancient manuscripts, messages were written on vellum, a fine and translucent material. Featuring a top in glossy hammered aged brass and a base in Nero Marquina marble, every story you create in your home will be highlighted by the warmth of Vellum wall light.
The pyramid of stones on the shore of Lake Baikal, known as Latza, inspired our designers to create Latza center table. It features a top in walnut root veneer with a matte varnish and details in matte hammered brushed aged brass.
Sequoia is one of the largest and tallest trees in the world that grows in California. Just like it, SEQUOIA Center Table is a force of Nature. The distinct walnut root veneer top shows the passage of years and the base in brass with aged patina adds a refined touch.
With origins in France, the House of Bourbon was a dynasty known for its class and luxury. The Bourbon sofa embodies this opulence through its button-tufted inner back, rich cotton velvet and a base in matte aged brass.
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Source: Home Stratosphere