Guest Picks: Shade Your Space With Brown
We all know our dogs are little princes and princesses. Why not give them the royal treatment with an over-the-top bed like this for all of those afternoon naps?
Garden seats are such versatile pieces in both indoor and outdoor decor. We especially like using a pair of them on the patio in lieu of the traditional coffee table.
Sea fans are one of Mother Nature’s most beautiful gifts, and while we see it them a sea of colors, why not stick with the original? We would love to create a gallery of these in a sophisticated beach house.
This hyacinth end table is a great alternative to plain wood. It’s the perfect height for beside a chaise — and piling high with reading material.
Boxes and jars are always handy to have around for small storage. This piece would be cute on the bathroom counter for hiding away cotton balls and Q-tips.
A large leather ottoman like this is perfect for anchoring a den. We’d pair it with upholstered club chairs to round out the look.
If there’s one thing that can turn a perfectly coifed room into a messy sight, it’s an unruly bookcase. This streamlined set of books adds calmness and order.
The texture of hide pillows adds wonderful dimension, even when only in one color. They are always the perfect accessory in a masculine den.
Étagères are just right for displaying treasures. This one would be great for storing a traveler’s unique finds.
Finding a small end table for tighter spaces can be difficult. This alligator print one adds plenty of style without overwhelming the room.
This whimsical owl is a great touch in a family room. We’re fans of mixing and matching table lamps, but when one is this cute, why not use two?
For experiencing the beauty of the outdoors from your indoor vantage point, few things are as lovely as rocks and stone. This agate amber is elegant and chic.
Brown is not only an attractive shade for the floor, but also a practical one. Bold patterns and dark colors are perfect for a playroom where little spills are inevitable.
Brown and blue is always a favorite combination for a little boy’s bedroom. We would use these Serena & Lily quilts brown side up, but pulled halfway down so that a hint of blue shows through.
This giraffe print is fun and fresh. We’d use it in a master bedroom to up the fun factor.
Trendy chevron can easily grace any sofa with these fantastic pillows. We’d pair a couple of them with a plain white backdrop to add loads of personality.
This horse bit magazine holder conjures fall days full of horseback riding and outdoor fun. This quintessentially fall piece would look great in a sunroom, no matter the season.
This bench is the ideal piece for the end of a bed that doesn’t have a footboard. It provides that finished look, as well as a place to sit while putting on your shoes in the morning.
A beautiful wastebasket is the touch that makes that tiny half bath feel special. Add this to make yours ready for holiday guests.
Natural fibers are always a welcome hint of the outdoors. We’d pair these with a formal dining room table to add a casual touch.Next: Color Guide: How to Work With Brown