A neutral colour, beige creates a peaceful atmosphere, conducive to relaxation. Taken directly from nature, beige originates from descriptions of natural wool or fabrics that haven’t been dyed nor bleached.
Tones of beige can range from off-white to light brown, even extending into greys or yellows, depending on their composition. Ecru, greige, putty, and sand tones are also part of the beige family. For understated decors, warm tones of beige are used as an alternative to white to brighten up a space.
Restful, yet bright, beige adds warmth and elegance to every room. Synonymous with simplicity and refinement, beige suits all trends, whether classic or modern, and can easily be used throughout an entire home. Beige is one of those colours that harmonize well with nearly every other colour.
Used in combination with other shades inspired by nature, such as camel, chestnut, or brown, it creates a modern, harmonious decor. For a softer, more refined feel, adding accents in saturated tones of grey, black or even burgundy creates a chic and luminous look.