You may have noticed that deeper neutrals, earth tones and rich reds shades are creeping into both modern and traditional interiors, with demand for these warm, cocooning shades showing no sign of waning. Whether a heritage shade of russet or taupe, or a 70s-inspired palette layered with autumnal browns and burgundy tones, there are so many ways to make these impactful hues work in your space.
If dark shades feel a little intimidating, why not consider a slightly stronger take on a more accessible colour, such as tobacco in place of beige. Alternatively, introduce them as accent tones and keep supporting shades pale and understated so your scheme doesn’t end up overpowering your space. As the season for hunkering down and getting cosy is now upon us, we decided to compile a few beautifully executed ideas that show just how appealing these palettes can be.