Water StreetCoastal Kids, Houston
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There are some homes that need the warmth and depth of beige on the walls, for example if there is a lot of dark timber or there is limited light in a house. I have found that beige is a very complementary colour, and the tones within beige are straightforward to match. When I am creating a colour scheme with limited time, I lean towards beige because it is a colour that suits most spaces. If you are new to colour scheming, my advice would be to start with beige.Tip: My favourite beige colours are Resene ‘Quarter Tea’ and Dulux ‘Mason Bay Quarter’. If using this beige colour on the wall, I would select a walnut stain for wooden floors and have a complementary white for the woodwork, ceiling and doors.