Anyone can identify an interior as “neutral” but fine it downand things can get a little well, murky. Does neutral mean all white – the absence of color? Is it gray, beige, taupe with various mix-ins of white and cream? What about the validity of lavender, which was declared a neutral a few years ago. And how dark can you go before moving out of neutral territory in a room? My thought is that most so-called neutral rooms are actually monochromatic since they have low contrast and similar color values. Some designers may not agree with that and the topic might make a lively discussion. To illustrate my point, I’ve chosen 10 bedrooms I consider to be neutral or “restful” although they vary from white to gray, taupe, lavender and cocoa. There’s more variation on the neutral theme than one might think.
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