If you want to pick one color scheme for your living room, you can always rely on neutral. This color scheme works well throughout your home, as for the living room, they can make the difference between a comfortable space and a room is not terribly inviting. You know neutral color scheme is the hallmark of classic design so you can also decorate your living room using that kind of style. You will have neutral living rooms if you can consider using beige tones, tan, green or white tones. There are a few more colors that will work as neutrals actually. You can find they will create a living room which is not only beautiful but functional as well.
As for beige tones, they are commonly considered as neutral tones and can range from tan to taupe. However, if you depend on the amount of pigment and underlying tones, these colors can either be a cool or warm color. If you find beige using a yellow undertone, it will tend to be on the warm side and will create an inviting atmosphere. But taupe with a blue undertone on the other hand, will tend to have a cooling effect on your room. To find the right color, you can hold a paint chip or piece of fabric out in direct sunlight. This will give you an indication of the true color. You can also use green to decorate your neutral living rooms.
It might not seem to be a neutral color but under certain conditions, it functions quite well with other neutral colors. It also provides a cooling feel to your living room if you pair green with blue undertones. If you pair it with yellow undertones, you will get a warm cast. It is really recommended to use softer and lighter shades of green because of the tendency toward greens that have been softened with gray, brown or yellow. Those colors will help you to pick up the colors of nature which will work well with most furnishings. They provide a neutral backdrop also which works well with any style that you use for the living room.
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