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Oct
19
2021 Neutral Color Trends for Rugs

2021 Neutral Color Trends for Rugs – For Rugs is the topic for today! Neutral tones are actively used as a background for brighter, contrasting shades. Next, we will tell you which of these colors will be relevant in the 2021 season. Natural, neutral shades embody nobility and modesty. Brown, beige, green, grey and blue tones carry us into the natural environment. In such an atmosphere it is very easy to relax and truly relax from the outside fuss. But keep in mind that natural design should not inspire boredom.

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French Vanilla

Neutral Colour Trends 2021 For Rugs

Yellow-cream tones – a kind of ray of light in any space. It can be used to visually expand a room with a small amount of natural light. The colour of vanilla can enhance the existing light, making the room even brighter. It is used in the interiors of nurseries, kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms.

White Garden

Neutral Colour Trends 2021 For Rugs

 

Mint

Neutral Colour Trends 2021 For Rugs
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Other stylish colours of furniture and interior design in 2021 are shades of mint. A room where these tones are widely represented creates an atmosphere of relaxation and moral recovery. That is why mint shades are used as an addition to brighter solutions. Mint colours are suitable for living rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms.

Royalis

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Hazelnut

A light brown colour, similar to a shade of hazelnut, is an excellent option for a calm, neutral interior of a living room. Moreover, this colour has the ability to visually expand the room.

Origami

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Grey-Green

In 2021, its offensive will continue the fashion trend for green shades in the interior. The grey tone, combined with green, creates a feeling of freshness, brightness of space. It can also serve as a backdrop for white, blue, beige furniture.

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Warm Grey

Neutral Colour Trends 2021 For Rugs

Favourite shade of many – neutral grey. If you want to create a calm space that is conducive to relaxation, grey can be a great option. It is usually used in living rooms and bedrooms. Both monochrome and contrasting tones look interesting.

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Neutral Colour Trends 2021 For Rugs

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