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Natural Color Palette Ideas for Your Home

Natural Color Palette Ideas for Your Home

Natural Color Palette Ideas for Your Home

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The Best Natural Color Palette Schemes NJ Homes are Using

Whether you’re looking to redesign your current home or just bought your first home and are looking to start your interior design journey, choosing a natural color palette may be a good first step in the design process.

For design lovers that enjoy bursts of bright colors, funky furniture pieces, and unique textures, finding a natural color palette for your home may not spark your creative juices. However, choosing a neutral color palette will help play a role in almost any design aesthetic, color scheme, and interior plan.

Here are three simple neutral color palettes that work as an excellent basis for your design journey.

Gray, Cream, & Wooden Hues

A gray, cream, wooden color palette is perfect for those who aren’t exactly sure what direction they want to go in. This color scheme allows for many different styles, aesthetics, and visions. Limiting your furniture and fabrics to these three tones will be perfect if you want to keep a more minimalist design—and if you’re looking to add more color into your space, this palate will match with almost anything. So, if you’re looking to add bursts of bright colors, this is your best bet for having a cohesive design palette to work off of.

Terra Cotta, Gray, & White

This color palette is most beneficial for people looking for a calming, Bohemian design aesthetic. If you’re not looking to get too adventurous with color, terracotta is a great addition to your palette because it adds a small pop of color due to the orange undertone but stays true to a neutral clay tone palette.

Shades of Green, Gray, & Brown

Selecting gorgeous shades of greens, grays, and browns will transform your space into a botanical, earthy aesthetic. If you’re not looking to get too adventurous with the greens, choosing muted shades such as sage green paired with browns and grays can be another excellent way to add color into your space without feeling overwhelmed by too many bright tones.

Choose Metropolitan Window Fashions

If you’re looking to install window or door curtains in your home, contact the experts at Metropolitan Window Fashions. When you come in for a consultation or use our shop-at-home service, we will show you the best options for your room based on your style and budget. Give us a call or stop by any of our locations to see the Hunter Douglas collection for yourself!