Trends come and go. At some points, people try to modify the style and dare to be bold and different. Some mixture of styles might work and create a whimsical nuance. However, some styles go too far and create a cringe-worthy look. Well, the style that never goes wrong is a neutral theme. The timeless neutral home decor always looks so natural. It creates a welcoming ambiance and a more spacious look.
There is no rule on how to present timeless neutral home decor, but some designs give you a good example of how to never go boring with a neutral theme:
Surrounded by Pattern
Revoking the pattern when you deal with the neutral theme is somewhat inaccurate. Neutral home decor can also include the pattern but in the monotonous shade. In this bathroom idea, the flooring features the honeycomb ceramics, and the subway tiles cover the wall. They all come in the broken white shade so the pattern won’t look so overwhelming and still create a neutral nuance.
Featuring the Warm Urban Style
At a glance, the spirit of this theme is almost the same as the bohemian design. The urban style is the simple form of Bohemian design. It delivers warmth in the house but is more neutral and simpler. When the bohemian style loves to play with a mixture of anything and dramatic pattern, this urban style loves to embrace the pattern-less wall decor and flooring.
Pastel and broken white hues are dominant in this bedroom. The wall comes in broken with bricks, accompanied by wooden flooring, and wooden beds with the terracotta bed sheet.
Furry and Fluffy Style
You can add the cuteness in the neutral home decor. What you need is a fluffy sofa or bean bags in neutral shades. The living room also features a white furry rug that lies above the warm wooden flooring. The rug adds depth to the neutral scheme. The wall features a soft line pattern and comes in white color.
You can apply all the decors inspiration above to any other rooms in your house. The timeless neutral home decor gives you a pleasant feeling, and you will feel all the time good at home.