Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

May 21, 2020

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Nude tones have always been big in the world of makeup, offering a fresh, natural look – but have you thought of extending this neutral colour palette to your interiors? Nude colours tend to be earthy and unobtrusive, in the same vein as grey and beige but with a warmer tone. The nude colour palette includes sandy tones, soft fresh pink, oatmeal, linen and soft brown. CovetED brings you all the tips and furnishings you need to make your home trendy (and nude).

 

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

As a colour palette, it works with pretty much anything and adds a warm touch to living areas. You don’t have to stick to one shade – mix and match colours on walls, ceilings and floors. As the tones are subtle, the finished result will be a backdrop rather than a statement. You can also work in some stronger versions of the same colours, such as pink, caramel and darker browns.

 

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

The beauty of nude tones is that they work with any interior. For a traditional look, pair with dark wood furniture and warm metallic tones such as bronze. For a contemporary feel, add silver metallics such as steel and pops of bright, primary colour. Here’s the Fresh Design guide on how to effectively decorate with nude tones

 

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

Decorate with nude tones: rugs 

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

Quirky and funny is what comes to mind when you think of Woody Allen. The handmade Allen Rug has a cut and loop construction, produced in a synthetic fibre called Tencel. It features a bold colour blending, using blues, reds and a sandy pastel background. The bright vivid colours mixed with the abstract line pattern produce an amazingly rich indoor rug.

 

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

Terrazzo is one of the most trendy choices to bring any ambience together. Terrazzo, an Italian flooring composite, is one of the biggest current trends in fashion and interior design, thanks to its bespoke and unreplicable look. Rug’Society is proud of bringing this craze to the tapestry world.

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

Mermaid is a creation without limits developed by Rug’Society – the fourth of lounge collection. Inspired by the feminine representation of the sea, it transmits us her delicacy and her strength.

 

 

Decorate with nude tones: soft furnishings

 

 

BRABBU’s team was inspired by the Lotus Flower. Delicate, yet sharp lines give this timeless design pattern dynamism and versatility that makes it easier to adapt to any type of room and home decoration.Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

Elegant shapes in velvet, hand embroidery, natural silk and dazzling jacquards with decorations. A piece of art with a timeless SOUL.

 

Decorate with nude tones: perfect furnishing piecesDesign that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

 

The Kafe sideboard is a tribute to the rich coffee culture of Madagascar. Made from a bronze mirror, stainless steel and the finest wood, Kafe promises to bring warmth and clean-lined minimalism to your living or dining room.

 

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

Cocoa Stool is a voguish piece characterized by an elegant hexagonal base and a delicately carved body. This modern piece of furniture is decorative, functional and versatile since it can be used as a stool or as a small side table. Available in solid oak or mahogany, the Cocoa stool is bound to make it sweeter all around.

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

The harsh and strict lines from Liberica Console design contrast perfectly with the fluidity and sort of feminine touch of the mirror. Inspired by the Coffea liberica plant, the mirror takes an oval contour, resembling the delicate shape of the plant’s leaf. The stainless steel with a bronze matte base, simulate the sturdy branches that can grow up to nine meters, holding in perfect harmony a refined marble top. A minimalist design that will not go unnoticed.

 

Finishing touches to decorate with nude tones

 

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

Seeking retribution, she fights to take back what is rightfully hers. Cast brass hands grasp the Vengeance lamp’s marble column structure embodying her impassioned struggle.

 

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

Minelli bench is comfortably elongated, a perfect bench for any interior ambience. This curvy bench is upholstered in the finest bonded cloth or velvet, leaving the sides with exposed wood, showing its true nature as a mid-century modern piece. It is very comfortable and an easy way to add more seating and decor to your room at the same time.

 

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Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

 

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

Design that’s barely there: How to decorate with Nude Tones

 

 


See also:

STUDIOPEPE AND ESSENTIAL HOME, A PARTNERSHIP OF A LIFETIME

BOCA DO LOBO’S MOST IMPRESSIVE DESIGN PROJECTS


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