Skinny: Something about the little legs on this table makes me think of tea and crumpets on a Saturday morning. It has a timeless elegance that will fit in almost any space.
What’s with “greige”? A neutral that’s winning votes is “greige,” basically a warm gray or a cool beige. Beige loses some of its warmth and cools towards gray, but not all the way. It has a foot in each camp and so is a very easy neutral to live with. At the lighter end, it’s placid and organic; in darker tones it packs a stylish punch. Check out some greiges among Dulux’s Perfectly Greige, Taubmans’ Stonehenge Greige and Resene’s Triple Rakaia.Tell us: How do you feel about beige? Have you fallen in love with gray, or would you consider bringing back beige? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.More: How to Bring Beige Walls to Life
Unite beige with other neutrals. Color blocking is a stylish way to combine beige with other neutrals: Elegant combinations are charcoal and buttermilk, a pearly beige with graphite, or creamy beige with gray and taupe. It’s a confident and very contemporary look that taps into the trend for organic, natural shades that look fantastic with wood.