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Beige Wallpaper: The Guide

One of the most popular choices since time immemorial when it comes to selecting a wallpaper colour, beige has never really gone out of fashion for a reason. Its ability to create a calm and peaceful atmosphere within a room, fitting both traditional and modern looks without clashing with other colour accents, is a subtle yet rare power that shouldn’t be underestimated. Whether you are looking for a simple canvas for statement furniture, or you seek to create a more rustic look by matching it with wood and stone surfaces, beige wall décor will fit with ease without being obtrusive. The many shades of beige, from Tuscan and Latte all the way to Khaki and Linen, pair well with many patterns such as stripes or Damask, but can also work their magic on their own, particularly for classic designs, to create a stunning and stylish contrast with darker wood furniture.

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Why should I pick a beige wallpaper for my walls?

Choosing the understated-yet-elegant and cosy power of a beige wallpaper brings along many benefits, allowing you to emphasise different interior decoration styles while making sure you don’t have to fret about its durability.

Beige is a neutral hue that can underline a huge variety of trends

A softer and warmer shade of brown, beige blends extremely well with a vast number of other colours, making it one of the most versatile hues when picking a wallpaper that will work with any specific style. With beige wall décor, you know that you are creating a background that will fit any styling choice you might make in the future when it comes to furniture or other wall decoration.

A beige wallpaper brings a relaxed atmosphere to any room

A bit like vanilla ice cream, there is comforting pleasure in the soft and calming colour beige in terms of picking a wallpaper that needs to reflect light and exude positivity. Beige is a tonality widely associated with calmness, warmth, and serenity, and its balancing powers add a cohesive vibe to any space, incorporating whichever colour accents you might feel like adding.

Beige wallpaper is very low maintenance as it hides dirt and minor damages

The secret of picking a durable wallpaper that requires little maintenance and care and that can be used in areas of high traffic and friction is the right material and colour. With its earthy tonality, beige wall décor is perfectly capable of hiding dirt and small stains as well as minor blemishes like small tears. It is therefore recommended for households with small children and/or pets.

In wall décor, which colour is a good match for beige?

Beige can be paired with hues like white or cream that complement its natural warmth to create cohesive tone-in-tone environments, or with colour accents like gold for a more stylish and glamorous interior decoration concept.

Beige and white

Mixing a white hue with beige results in wall décor that exudes warm energy while retaining the lightness and brightness of white. It’s a fabulous choice for a heavenly bedroom that feels simple and minimalist without being too cold, or for a Boho or Shabby Chic-inspired living room with a laid back vibe that invites relaxation and conviviality.

Beige and gold

Sometimes, opposites work together to create a mesmerising blend. This fact is aptly demonstrated by gold and beige wall décor. With beige providing the neutral and grounding emotional range and gold adding the sophisticated colour accent that made it the most celebrated material in human history, a wallpaper in beige and gold covers all decoration needs, especially if the goal is a stylish finish that is both timeless and classy.

Beige and cream

Two warm and comforting colours, when appearing together on a wallpaper beige and cream provide a fantastic backdrop for a room based on a palette of matching colours where fabrics and furniture work together to create a space full of textural interest. Far from being boring or dull, an interior style built around beige and cream wall décor will feel rich and fascinating, especially when paired with a variety of surface materials and finishes.

Which varieties of beige wallpaper are favoured by interior decorators?

When it comes to beige wallpaper, the range of options is dazzling and allows for a vast range of décor concepts. These can be grouped in light and dark beige tonalities, or textured and patterned models.

Light beige

For spaces with little natural light, or those that need to look a bit more spacious, a wallpaper in a light shade of beige can add that feel of space and light we desire. There are a number of beige hues that can help, ranging from Tuscan to Desert Sand, Bone and Latte, all radiating light back into the room.

Textured and patterned beige

If your mind is set on beautifying the room with a relaxing shade of beige but are afraid that the result might be a bit too plain and dull, a textured or patterned beige wallpaper might well be the answer you are looking for. Texture adds a haptic dimension to the wall, creating depth while concealing minor imperfections. A pattern builds on this, creating visual interest and allowing you to emphasise your décor style.

Dark beige

From Khaki to Sepia, from Taupe to Buttermilk or Linen, the earthier varieties of dark beige wall décor are suited to rooms with plenty of natural light. They provide the perfect match for white or off-white upholstery to define a space that is cohesive and stylish, yet warm and understated, by adding a neutral colour to the walls and letting the rest of the furniture take centre stage.

Taupe

A powerful yet balancing hue, taupe is the perfect colour to let other accent tonalities shine. That doesn’t mean it cannot be used as a subtle accent colour for a wallpaper with a more traditional look that fills the room with a warm atmosphere. Not quite brown, not quite grey, taupe combines both colours for the ultimate neutral tone.

Which room in my house would benefit the most from beige wallpaper?

Due to its neutral nature, beige can fit in any room or hallway with ease. However, the rooms that gain the most from beige wallpaper are calming bedrooms, relaxing kitchens and cosy living rooms.

A soothing beige bedroom

After years of experimentation, beige décor has returned to the bedroom. With its earthy and warm undertones, beige wallpaper is the perfect way to set the scene for a restful and soothing space where to retreat to at the end of the day. If you feel the need for a dash of colour, remember that beige is an ideal backdrop for colourful furniture and artwork.

An understated beige living room

So you want to create a living room with a warm colour palette that doesn’t clash with other colourful decoration elements? Beige wall décor, especially in a Khaki or Desert Sand hue can be the perfect solution. It creates a Mediterranean energy that matches well with natural wood, jute upholstery and maybe a jute rag for an earthy and grounded space in which to relax.

A relaxing beige kitchen

Beige remains one of the most popular options when it comes to picking a colour scheme for this utilitarian yet pivotal space in daily family life. It is a timeless classic that never lost its lustre. Warmer than grey, a kitchen decorated with a beige wallpaper feels inviting and matches any other colour scheme already in place. As beige can conceal dirt and small damages, it provides a surface that can be enjoyed for a long time.