What colours go well with chestnut?
Very much in fashion, chestnut is a warm colour that’s easy to incorporate into your home. It’s important, however, to add touches of colour to avoid creating a drab, dull atmosphere. The following suggestions will ensure your browns look bright and interesting wherever you use them.
Chestnut + Chestnut
For a natural earthy atmosphere, be bold and dare the total chestnut look. Play with different shades on your walls and for your furnishings. To add a touch of softness, choose beige or white accessories to complete the look.
Chestnut + Blue
To warm up your space and make it conducive to cocooning, go for dark chestnut walls, large pieces of furniture, and a plush blue carpet with blue accessories.
Chestnut + Anise
Popular for some time now, this combination helps create a natural vegetation ambiance. The goal is to feature one of the two colours, and play with the second one with small touches, here and there. It’s the perfect combo to infuse any room with a dose of cheer!
Chestnut + Grey
To create an industrial look, combine chestnut with dark colours, such as charcoal grey or mouse grey. Add leather or raw metal furnishings and accessories to complete your decor.