We'll start off by including pink in the mix. A splash of light pink softens the overall look and gives it a sweet, feminine appeal. Painting the walls pink is an easy way to incorporate it into a space that already contains beige and gold.
Another simple way to introduce pink into a space is through artwork. A gold frame enhances the strength of the trend.
A slightly stronger shade of pink lends a more contemporary sense to a space. In this room, beige furnishings paired with gold frames and side tables feel instantly chic in the presence of this pink drapery.
Wallpaper with hints of both pink and beige adds an updated look. Finish the space with touches of gold via hardware, towel racks or a vanity.
The best thing about this trend is its subtlety. Notice how this space, with hints of beige, gold and pink, manages to be on trend while still feeling classic.
If you want to keep it minimal, feel free to nix the pink. Remember, gold is a statement maker, and it’s not meant to steal the show in this trend. Instead, mix it in as an accent. Consider creating a fairly neutral palette that pulls in a variety of beiges to help the space feel textured, then introduce the gold through accent pieces such as artwork.
Different shades of gold also help to enhance texture. Walls in a deep beige set the background for a soothing space in this bedroom, while gold drapery, throw pillows and a headboard excite with a hint of elegance.
Subtle gold furnishings can also be a great way to complement a neutral palette and complete the trend. This simple coffee table offsets the heavy sofa and chairs, creating an aesthetic balance.
For additional variation within a neutral palette, leave the walls white and pull the beige in only through furnishings. Introduce the trend with glamourous flair by painting your architectural detailing gold.