No of your décor style, earth tones provide a calming warmth to any space. They are inspired by the natural world. Without spending a lot of money or running the risk of losing your security deposit, updating your room may be accomplished by painting the walls or by adding rugs, throw cushions, or bedding in earth tones.
Check out these chic spaces that will make your house seem cozier and more inviting. They use earthy tones like brown, green, terracotta, and more.
1. Brown, Soil
This bedroom office by Fabulous Frank is covered in a warm, comforting, and earthy chocolate brown paint that grounds the area while white accents create a striking contrast.
In recent years, richer tones of golden yellows like mustard, curry, turmeric, and others have been quite trendy on everything from throw pillows to carpets and beds. The luminous, softly stimulating wall paint in this bedroom by Fabulous Frank, which is mixed with soft hues of white to keep it feeling airy and fresh, is an example of how these colors work in nicely with neutral interiors of any kind and may provide warmth to a minimalist or tiny area.
3. Muddy Warm Brown
This peaceful bedroom by Lobster and Swan has warm Mud Brown paint from Atelier Ellis, which is accented with live edge wood wall-mounted nightstands and rumpled linen bedding in tones of white and terracotta. Depending on the lighting, this earthy hue might seem as anything from chocolate to dark beige pink.
In this California living area, Brophy Interiors used soft white and gray accents with sandy beige tones to create a tranquil, earthy ambiance.
7. Warm Wood and Sage Green Paint
The warm stained wood built-in cabinet and sage green paint on the walls and cabinetry give this kitchen by Leanne Ford Interiors an earthy, timeless, lived-in appearance.
8. Accents in Beige + Brown Colors
With sandy-textured stucco walls, warm wood accents, and an abundance of throw cushions on the built-in sofa in tones of golden brown linen, this idyllic Ibiza hideaway by Fabulous Frank has the appearance of a sepia snapshot.
9. Dark Olive Green
Stainless steel appliances and cool stone on the backsplash, worktops, and kitchen island compliment stainless steel appliances and give this kitchen by Cathie Hong Interiors a grounded, outdoor-inspired atmosphere.
10. Soft Terracotta
Terracotta tones have been all the rage in recent years in home décor from accessories to fabrics, furniture, and paint colors that take the relaxing earth tone as inspiration but soften it for the house. This English kitchen by deVOL Kitchens is finished in a radiant shade of delicate terracotta that goes well with the brown wood ceiling beams and gives the area a cozy light.
12. Light Wood with Olive Green
Olive green paint on the cupboards, dark brown stained wood on the flooring, a salvaged oven hood, and open shelves to exhibit wood cutting boards and crockery gave this kitchen by Lobster and Swan an earthy makeover.
13. Brown Colors
The dark chocolate moldings, the deep brown grasscloth wallpaper, and the glazed caramel tile on the fireplace surround are just a few of the warm brown hues used by Tyler Karu Design + Interiors to decorate this Spanish Colonial living room. Gray furniture and soft white accents provide respite.
15. Blended Woods with Light Browns
This updated farmhouse living room by AHG Interiors has a calming and radiant vibe thanks to the combination of creamy shiplap walls, rich wood ceiling beams, soft, washed-out earth tones of beige and pastel brown, and light woods.
16. Woven Textures with Rust Accents
Using rust accents on the velvet throw cushions and curtains that lend further warmth to the natural palette of earth tones and woven details, Becca Interiors brought warmth to this modern classic bedroom.
17. Warm Peach Tone with Mixed Woods
By covering the furniture in earthy tones of brown, coral, and off-white, Lobster and Swan gave this living room in the United Kingdom an earthy bohemian vibe. The room’s natural, soothing atmosphere is further enhanced by the dark hardwood floors and natural wood decorations.
18. Burnt Orange with Brown and Rust
With a color scheme of earth tones inspired by the 1970s, AHG Interiors added warmth and a slightly retro vibe to this light and airy modern bedroom. This can be seen in everything from the rust velvet tufted headboard and chunky knit throw blanket to the burnt orange bedding, brown accents, and copper table lamp.