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25 of the Best Beige Paint Color Options for a Living Room

Beige living room with an embedded fireplace, glass sliding doors, and a mix of tile and wood flooring.

Check out our gallery of the best beige paint color options for a living room. Update your walls with this fresh neutral color which promotes an airy and cozy feel for that warm and inviting look.

Beige is a wildly popular color for living rooms because there are so many attractive shades and because it is so easy to match other colors and decorations with beige walls. Unlike white, which can be too bright, beige can be stunning. If you are interested in color psychology, beige is one of the more calming and relaxing colors.

The living room is the most likely room to seat visitors, though, or spend time with the whole family. You want to have something you don’t mind showing off, but you also want the room to be comfortable enough so you want to spend time there. Beige walls are a great start.

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Beige SW 2859

Beige by Sherwin-Williams

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The regular beige looks moderately pinkish, offering a smooth bright surface that makes the room look bigger and more cheerful. Even though it is a neutral color, this particular shade is bright and easy to coordinate with almost any other color palette. The Beige hue can be found in the Diaphanous and Historic Exterior Color Wall Collections and can be matched with several kinds of pastels and neutral colors.

Accessible Beige SW 7036

Accessible Beige by Sherwin-Williams

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From the Bold Invention Collection, this color is a traditional beige that would look great inside or outside. This tone makes the room look elegant without trying but is bright enough on its own that you won’t need to add other wall colors to bring attention to the room. You can coordinate with other neutral colors or use pastels throughout the room to bring out the rich tones.

Pinky Beige SW 0079

Pinky Beige by Sherwin-Williams

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Surprisingly, while this color looks more pink than gray, it still manages to keep the neutral character of its grey roots. This shade goes well with other neutral colors like brown and ivory but also looks amazing with bright orange or purple. Very intense for a beige, this color will remind you of childhood and how bright everything used to look. This color can be found in the Historic Interior Color Wall and Free Spirit Collections.

Drift of Mist SW 9166

Drift of Mist by Sherwin-Williams

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So light that it could be mistaken for dirty white or light gray, the Drift of Mist can be found in the Creative and Cool White Collections. This color may not be for everyone, because it makes the walls have a feeling of sameness and blankness, but it offers a clean alternative. If you want to constantly be reminded of how clean and perfect your home looks, this color is for you.

Renwick Beige SW 2805

Renwick Beige by Sherwin-Williams

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Renwick Beige is another of the more sophisticated looking shades of beige, managing to protect a sense of calm decorum and peace while looking classy at the same time. A terrific color to make a boring living room look brighter, the Renwick Beige can be found in the Historic Exterior Wall Collection. Suggested coordinating colors are Kestrel White and Rookwood Blue Green, which are also neutral and won’t take away from the beautiful beige.

Basket Beige SW 6143

Basket Beige by Sherwin-Williams

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Basket Beige is a deeper beige than the previous shades, offering a somber alternative while still keeping the room bright and attractive. This shade is closer to brown than many of the others, and it is recommended that the colors to coordinate with it are other neutral colors like Moderate White and Stay in Lime. When you choose Basket Beige, you won’t have to worry about feeling closed in.

Eaglet Beige SW 7573

Eaglet Beige by Sherwin-Williams

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This shade probably got its name because it looks like the color you would imagine eagle eggs to be, a beautiful creamy light color. This shade also looks exceptionally clean without looking sterile, and it adds more brightness than even a regular white paint would. Similar colors include other pastel colors like Enjoyable Yellow and City Loft, and it can be coordinated with Taupe tone and Snowbound to enforce the clean, neutral tones. Eaglet Beige is as pretty and calming as a summer day.

Anew Gray SW 7030

Anew Gray by Sherwin-Williams

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This paint color can be found in several collections, including the Acute Care Cool Foundations, Curiosity, Minimalist, and Cool Neutrals Collections. This is more gray than beige, and is similar to other light gray and beige colors. This shade looks great with other light colors but is too dark to be pastel. If you are trying to look more serious or professional, the Anew Gray will help set the mood and make your living room look more sedate and adult.

Diverse Beige SW 6079

Diverse Beige by Sherwin-Williams

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Diverse Beige is part of the 2020 Heart Collection, which is part of a collection where the colors are meant to harmonize particularly well and evoke emotions. The collection is meant to provide a sense of calmness, connection, and pleasure in every day, and includes colors like Diverse Beige, Coral Clay, and Cocoa Whip. All of the colors are relatively neutral, with the potential to blend into each other. The Diverse Beige has an almost violet undertone, to help it coordinate with the other beautiful colors in its collection. If you want to evoke a sense of happiness by using your visual senses, this is a good collection.

Blush Beige 170-E 2

Blush Beige by Behr

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Blush Beige is actually the color of blush on someone’s cheeks, pink with undertones of beige. A cheerful and bright color, Blush Beige can be coordinated with other neutral colors and with light blue or light green shades. Not for the traditional living room, this color would add a touch of femininity or lightness unusual for a living room.

French Beige MQ3-10

French Beige by Behr

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French Beige is more of a sandy brown color, but rich with deep undertones. Similar to the Irish Creme and Lentil paint colors, French Beige looks more like a background than the primary paint color. If you want people to notice other aspects of your living room beside the decor, this is one of the colors that will help you focus on other assets.

Concept Beige HDC-SM14-3

Concept Beige by Behr

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With Concept Beige, you can really see the bright yellow undertones of the paint. If you enjoy a room that always reminds you of sunshine, the Concept Beige paint will help you achieve that level of brightness while still keeping the calm, relaxing atmosphere of the neutral beige. This is a particularly great color if you have a lot of windows.

Coastal Beige PPU7-13

Coastal Beige by Behr

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Much lighter than most beige hues, Coastal Beige has rich yellow and brown undertones. This is another great color that will make your home look bright and clean without looking sterile. In fact, some of the colors closest to this one include Ancient Ivory and Warm Marshmallow. If you really want to have a bright living room, pair the Coastal Beige with a contrasting, much brighter shade on just one wall.

Bungalow Beige HDC-AC-10

Bungalow Beige by Behr

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If you enjoy spending time on coastal beaches, this really is the kind of color that will remind you of weathered cottages sitting close to shore. The Bungalow Beige is more subdued, with a brown base and a clean feel. There is less yellow in this hue, so the room won’t look as bright, but it does invoke warm images of pleasant beach experiences.

Tuscan Beige PWN-62

Tuscan Beige by Behr

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Tuscan Beige really looks like beautiful, smooth ivory. With very mild yellow undertones, the color manages to be sedated but positive at the same time. As sophisticated as its name, Tuscan Beige is a great color if you have a minimalist living room with little clutter. The room will look bigger and brighter, without actually bringing the focus on the walls.

Aged Beige PPU7-09

Aged Beige by Behr

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A murkier shade of beige, the Aged Beige looks like a darker gray, while still keeping brown undertones. You could even compare it to a natural clay color, or stained ivory. Aged Beige is more sedate than its brighter relations and would be good for someone wanting to invoke a sense of seriousness into the atmosphere. At the same time, the color is still clear enough that it brightens the room.

Honey Beige 390D-4

Honey Beige by Behr

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A great choice if you are looking for a flat sheen, Honey Beige is infused with bright hints of yellow, almost reminding an observer of dandelions on a pleasant summer day. This level of brightness is appropriate in a kitchen, sunroom, or open plan living room where you relax during daylight hours. Honey Beige warms up the room.

Golden Beige 100

Golden Beige by Benjamin Moore

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A part of the Classic Color Collection, Golden Beige is one of the timeless, elegant hues that look good anywhere. More beige than golden, the Golden Beige infuses just enough yellow to brighten the space without drawing attention away from other important parts of the room.

Bar Harbor Beige 1032

Bar Harbor Beige by Benjamin Moore

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Bar Harbor Beige is a beige that really makes you think “Beige!” when you see it. Another hue from the Classic Color Collection, Bar Harbor Beige offers timeless elegance and a neutral background perfect as the base color for any room in the house. You can use it to keep the room sedate or offset it with bright colors for contrast.

Barely Beige 1066

Barely Beige by Benjamin Moore

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As the name implies, Barely Beige is almost white, offering just enough color to accent a living space. Less overwhelming than most colors, Barely Beige is another great color to use as a main color, as a somber background color, or to use in contrast to other, brighter colors.

Adobe Beige 1128

Adobe Beige by Benjamin Moore

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Another shade from the Classic Color Collection, Adobe Beige looks like sun-baked clay. This color looks great with other fall colors, like brown, burnt orange, or dark green. Adobe Beige is darker than some other room colors but has the potential to be fun and inviting.

Bradstreet Beige HC-48

Bradstreet Beige by Benjamin Moore

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Bradstreet Beige infuses rich red undertones into a rich oyster beige to create a luxurious color with deep, vibrant highlights. With its contrasting shades, this color can easily stand on its own, providing a mesmerizing backdrop in your home. Bradstreet Beige looks like the kind of paint you would expect to see in an ostentatious mansion or an immaculate cottage. Because it is so rich and luxurious, you can use Bradstreet Beige as the main color in a living room or bedroom or as a contrast wall.

Beach House Beige 1083

Beach House Beige by Benjamin Moore

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Another classic from the Classic Color Collection, Beach House Beige actually looks more like the sand you might find on an island beach. Brown and steady, Beach House Beige looks great with other shades of brown, like Fairview Taupe, or ivory shades, like Milky way. Looking at Beach House Beige for too long might make you too relaxed to keep doing what you were planning on doing before you entered the room.

Almond Beige 2101-40

Almond Beige by Benjamin Moore

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The red tones added to this medium brown create a warm, cozy feel. Choose this color if you have dark wood furniture or sideboards to create a rich, vibrant look, and/or pair it with white trim to create stunning contrast. Almond Beige can be used to create a cacoon-like feel in a living room or den, creating an atmosphere so you will start relaxing as soon as you know you’re headed to the living room.

Byrd Beige CW-365

Byrd Beige by Benjamin Moore

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What would you get if you mix white with yellow ochre colors? This vibrant, modern take on beige that would have looked just as natural on the interior walls of an 18th-century dwelling. If you want a neutral color with a lot of kick, Byrd Beige will give you a contemporary feel while still allowing you the neutral space to contrast or accent your walls any way you want. Byrd Beige is a bold choice for people who know what they want.




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