Beige is one of the more popular interior design colors, especially for walls.
The reason is it’s a neutral color and works well with other colors you use such as earth tones, wood tones and even some bright colors used with decoration.
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Beige Living Room Data
Here are a couple of interesting facts:
- 8.58% of living rooms are reported as being “beige” (based on analysis of 762476 living rooms).
- 32.19% of living rooms have beige walls (based on 296,379 living rooms).
Why the difference?
I don’t know for certain, but I suspect the difference is due to the relativity. What I mean is that rooms with some bright colors such as red pillows or yellow wood trim are reported as red or yellow because of the prominence of those colors even though they actually are a small percentage of the overall color scheme.
Whereas when it comes to living room wall color, that’s not subjective; it’s fact.
What does beige mean?
Beige is a neutral color. BournCreative.com reports beige as being “dependable, conservative, and flexible. The color beige is neutral, calm, and relaxing.”
Various shades of Beige
As you’ll see in our photo gallery of beige living rooms, there are many shades. Sometimes it’s arguably yellow. In other instances, arguably brown. Where the cut off is can sometimes be difficult.
How to test different colors for your living room design?
There are 2 different types of software you can use. If you want to put together interior designs, check out our list of living room interior design software options.
If you prefer to check out different colors, see our list of virtual paint color software options.
What colors go well with beige walls?
This is why beige is a pretty popular living room wall color and that’s because many colors go well with it, which helps with furniture selection, flooring color, ceiling color and of course the other decor elements you place in your living room.
- Dark furniture works with beige walls.
- Wood works with beige.
- Fall colors work beautifully with beige.
According to Brightside.me, beige combines with blue, brown, emerald, black, red, white. That’s a wide palette, which explains beige’s popularity as a wall color.
Want to see more living rooms? See our entire living room gallery here (1,000’s of living room designs).