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Beige is a wonderful neutral color with infinite bathroom design opportunities. Beige is one of those colors that’s used fairly often in decorating but the real value behind is color is missed. The color beige is also referred to as tan, cream and buff and it can vary drastically from almost brown to a light off-white.
This next photo gallery will show you some flawless uses of beige that you would never even think about. You can see how these simple color tones can drastically change to whole look and mood of the bathroom.
How to Use Beige in the Master Bathroom
Beige is one color that you can find almost anywhere and in many different decor elements. You could really just improvise and add beige anywhere that you feel looks right but if you need some more inspiration, these are some great ways to use the versatile color.
Use Beige on the Walls
Why not decorate the bathroom walls in a beautiful soft beige paint or wallpaper? This is a great idea because you can use whichever hue you want and you could design just one statement wall or do all of them. This idea works well when you want to add other colors to the rest of the space. Out of 90,454 bathrooms, 26,150 of those had beige walls which are the most popular wall color by far.
Use Beige on the Floor
You can create on masterpiece on the floor using beige tiles.This is a fun option because you can select tiles in varying shapes and sizes. You can also use different shades of beige stone tiles for a unique Scandinavian look. This design would look well paired with other neutral colors such as black and white use for the cabinets and countertops.
Use Beige Furniture
You can find statement furniture pieces in all different shades of beige. Our favorite idea is to take a charming small couch or bench and layer it with other shades of beige in several throw pillows or blankets. You can also repaint cabinets in a withered, antique style if you’re going to a rustic bathroom look.
Accessorize with Beige
If your walls or floors are decorated in other colors but you still want to incorporate beige into the room then accessories are the perfect option. You can easily decorate with beige rugs, towels or curtains.