Are you one of those people who think beige is a basic color? The color beige is one of those primary colors that glow if paired properly with the right light and hue. Travel through these beige interior design ideas that will show you the potential of a properly executed use of the beige palette. Maybe we can convert you to a beige lover.
Beige Interior Color Examples
1. Beige Primary Bedrooms
Beige gets a bad reputation for being boring when it can be transformed into rooms that are anything but bland or yawn-worthy. The basic step for a neutral palette, beige is one of the top choices in popularity and can be molded and transformed into a warmth behind any style or secondary color scheme. The color beige is both soft and soothing without effort and gives a classic touch to your bedroom while upholding its sophistication. In fact, the versatility of the neutral color can be easily paired with unique fabrics and furniture, so you can let your imagination run wild.
Spacious primary bedroom featuring a large bed surrounded by beige walls, a tall wooden vaulted ceiling, and white carpet flooring.
This primary bedroom offers a cozy bed set on the gray carpet flooring. The room boasts beige walls and a few indoor potted plants as well.
Spacious primary bedroom featuring reddish hardwood flooring topped by a classy rug. The furniture looks perfect together with the beige walls too.
This primary bedroom offers a comfy bed along with its own bathroom. The room boasts beige walls and carpet flooring.
Large primary bedroom featuring dark hardwood flooring, beige walls and a luxurious-looking bed, along with a fireplace and its own living space.
Large primary bedroom featuring white carpet flooring and beige walls, along with a doorway leading to a private balcony.
A primary bedroom with a large area rug covering the hardwood flooring. The room has beige walls and a tray ceiling lighted by a modish chandelier.
Spacious primary bedroom featuring stylish hardwood flooring topped by a rug along with a tray ceiling lighted by recessed lights. The room offers a comfy bed and a large fireplace.
A luxurious-looking primary bedroom featuring an elegant bed along with a comfy sofa. There’s a small office desk on the side as well.
Primary bedroom featuring a modish look. It has a tall tray ceiling and a doorway leading to a private balcony.
The beige walls and ceiling of this primary bedroom blend exquisitely with the brown elements of the wooden dresser and the pair of leather armchairs by the traditional bed that has a cushioned headboard. The white furry area rug also blends with the carpeted flooring.
2. Beige Living Rooms
Beige, much like white, is a popular “go to” color when homeowners are trying to choose a neutral color for their living room. While beige is often avoided because it seems a little drab or old-fashioned, it’s a tone that works well with most living room sizes and designs. Once you’ve discovered your favorite shade of beige, you might be wondering which other colors to incorporate into your living room. Beige pairs best with blue, brown, emerald, red, black, and white. You can use these complimentary colors in trim or in accent pieces throughout the living room.
A modish formal living space featuring a gray set of seats and a rustic glass top center table along with a fireplace with multiple built-in shelves on both sides.
Large f0rmal living room featuring beige walls and carpet flooring topped by a stylish area rug. The seats look nice and comfortable as well.
This formal living room boasts elegant seats and classy area rugs covering the hardwood flooring. The room also offers a fireplace.
Large formal living space featuring a cozy sofa along with a fireplace under the home’s two-story ceiling.
Large luxurious living room featuring elegant pieces of furniture and is lighted by glamorous chandeliers and wall lights.
A modish living room featuring stylish flooring and a nice white sofa set with a glass top center table along with a fireplace.
This living room offers comfy seats and a large fireplace, along with a large widescreen TV on top of it.
This living room offers a fireplace and rustic cabinetry and shelving on the side. The room has a tall ceiling with exposed beams.
A beige formal living room with a yellow accent. The room offers a set of cozy seats, a stylish center table and a fireplace.
A simplistic and small living space featuring carpet flooring and grayish beige walls. The room also offers an L-shape sofa and a widescreen TV.
3. Beige Kitchens
If you don’t limit beige’s reign, it can end up making your kitchen look a bit boring. Beige tends to need some variety introduced alongside it, which means that in our opinion, beige works best when it’s in tiles. Tiled beige countertops can bring a warm and almost sandy feeling to the kitchen, and do a great job of bringing the best out of natural light. Artificial light can be a bit harshly reflected off of tiled beige countertops, though, so you should opt for a cooler and less intense beige—or light source. Beige tiles on the floor give a beach house like feeling to the kitchen, but they can also be a bit overwhelming to look at.
A dining kitchen with a nice breakfast bar island set on the hardwood flooring. There’s a dining nook on the side as well.
A dine-in kitchen featuring a center island, a breakfast bar island and a dining nook on the side.
Spacious kitchen featuring a large center island with a marble countertop lighted by small chandeliers hanging from the ceiling with exposed beams.
Large kitchen area featuring a large breakfast island bar lighted by a stylish chandelier.
A small kitchen area featuring hardwood flooring, white cabinetry and kitchen counters along with beige walls.
Beige kitchen area featuring a center island with a granite countertop similar to the kitchen counters’.
This kitchen features beige cabinetry and kitchen counters along with granite countertops.
Spacious kitchen featuring a large center island along with a stunning ceiling lighted by recessed and pendant lights.
Spacious kitchen area featuring tiles flooring, beige walls and a ceiling lighted by two glamorous chandeliers.
This kitchen features reddish hardwood flooring, white cabinetry, white kitchen counters and a white center island, both with granite countertops.
4. Beige Dining Rooms
Dining areas come in many shapes and sizes. For small to medium dining areas, it is a very good idea to use a light color for your walls, furniture, and overall color scheme. Dark colors tend to make spaces feel smaller than they are. Going with dark shades could result in a claustrophobic, closed in feeling. Light beige is an ideal color of small to medium spaces because many shades of beige are barely any darker than pure white. Instead of having a stark white color scheme, beige introduces a hint of color and warmth while remaining very light. Some beige rooms seem to be off-white at first glance. Light beige can make a small to medium space feel larger than it is.
Large dining area featuring elegant walls and glamorous chandeliers, along with a nice set of table and chairs on top of a large area rug.
Small dine-in kitchen featuring beige walls and tiles flooring. There’s a breakfast bar for two and a square dining table set for four.
This dining room offers a classy dining table set surrounded by beige walls and lighted by a glamorous chandelier.
A small dining room featuring a round dining table set with beige chairs situated on top of a large area rug.
Spacious dining area featuring beige walls and carpet floors, along with an elegant dining table and chairs set.
A small dine-in kitchen featuring a modern square dining table and chairs set surrounded by beige walls and ceiling.
Spacious dining area featuring a rectangular dining table paired with white chairs set on top of a large area rug covering the beige floors.
Large dining room featuring beige walls and carpet flooring. The dining table and chairs set are just so elegant and is lighted by a luxurious chandelier set on the tray ceiling.
This dining area features beige chairs and a wooden table set on top of a large area rug covering the beige tiles flooring.
A dining room featuring hardwood flooring and beige walls, along with a tall coffered ceiling.
5. Beige Primary Bathrooms
One of the perfect colors for a primary bathroom is beige. Although considered as a neutral theme, a beige primary bathroom can be turned into a stylish one if designed and decorated correctly. Add some cozy rugs and wall decors that will complement the style of your bathroom and you’ll see how beautiful beige primary bathrooms are.
Spacious primary bathroom featuring beige walls and marble tiles flooring. There’s a drop-in tub lighted by a fancy chandelier.
A primary bathroom with a walk-in shower room, a drop-in tub, and a fireplace. There’s a doorway as well, leading to the home’s closet.
Small primary bathroom featuring a single sink counter with a double sink on it, a freestanding tub and a walk-in shower room.
Large primary bathroom offering a drop-in tub, a walk-in shower, and a powder area.
Medium-sized primary bathroom featuring a freestanding tub, a walk-in shower room, and a double sink. The room has hardwood flooring and beige walls.
This primary bathroom has stunning walls and a tall ceiling. It offers a walk-in shower room, a drop-in tub, and a fireplace.
This primary bathroom offers a stylish drop-in tub, a powder area, and a sink along with a walk-in shower room.
A primary bathroom boasting a Romantic-style drop-in tub and a walk-in shower room. There’s a large fireplace on the side as well.
6. Beige Foyers
This is an elegant foyer with beige walls lined with white molding that blends with the white marble flooring that transitions to the hardwood flooring of the rest of the house. This white molding also outlines the wooden main door illuminated by a lantern-type pendant lighting and the tall window beside the door.
This spacious foyer has beige walls and a beige ceiling that matches the beige tiles of the flooring that is topped with an intricate-patterned area rug for contrast. This foyer leads to the living room through an arched entryway flanked with potted plants that go nicely with the beige walls.
This circular high-ceilinged foyer has gorgeous arched wooden doors with a dark wood finish that contrasts well with the beige walls. There is a ledge above the wooden doors adorned with a potted plant. There’s also a couple of comfortable cushioned chairs for the waiting guests.
The elegant modern chandelier hanging in the middle of the foyer brightens the beige walls that have white wooden finishing for accent. This is a nice background for the wooden double doors that has frozen glass panel slats. Matching this is the wooden console table at the side topped with an artistic wall-mounted mirror round.
This is a bright hallway-type foyer that has a brilliant white coffered ceiling with a pair of lantern style pendant lights illuminating the beige walls and the patterned area rug dominating the hardwood flooring. The beautiful white wooden door has matching sidelights and transom window framing the door with natural light.
The hardwood flooring is a perfect match for the wooden door and its wooden fitting with an elegant finish. This wooden door contrasts with the beige walls and the high white ceiling with windows to fill the vertical space. There is a wooden circular table in the middle of the floor that displays a lovely flower vase.
The large wooden main door is framed with natural light coming in from the sidelights and the arched transom windows above. This presents a nice contrast with the beige walls making way for the arched entryways that match the arched windows.
This is a small and simple foyer that seamlessly transitions to the living room area with the same white ceiling, beige walls and hardwood flooring. The white wooden door has a built-in window matched with a small horizontal transom window above.
The elegant white double doors have built-in oblong windows with intricate iron fittings that match with the fittings of the sidelights. The transom window is a gigantic arched glass structure that complements the high beige walls and white ceiling.
This is a simple hallway type of foyer with a high ceiling and beige walls that is accented with a golden round wall-mounted mirror. This is illuminated by the pair of table lamps flanking the mirror on the wooden console table that stands out against the white wooden finishing of the wall.