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Chocolate colour on trend
If you think brown is old-fashioned, you may have just missed out on the fuss over today’s trendiest colour. Brown was fashionable in the 80s, and now it has never been more ‘in’. The reason why this colour is so popular today is simply because it is incredibly versatile, as well as in combination with other colours. So, a brown rug is never a bad choice.
What is the effect of brown?
The mixture of yellow, black and red creates a warm and cosy atmosphere. Even though it is a neutral colour, we like to associate brown with reliability, honesty, warmth, home and nature. Brown is therefore often used than black. It is softer and warmer. The colour has a positive effect on our mood, so why not bring it into your own home?
Does a brown carpet suit my style?
Besides its positive effects, brown has another advantage: it suits every room and every style. A pure new wool rug in a light shade of brown harmonises beautifully with other warm colours and is perfect for a boho or indie style. A dark brown rug can add elegance to your living space and set off vintage-style furniture. A country house style wouldn’t quite do the job without elegant shades of brown.
Brown and more brown
The colour brown offers enough variations and nuances to be fashionable clothes-wise, style-wise and home-wise. Brown rugs alone create a cosy ambience, not to mention when in combination with natural colours or materials. Bright colours such as rich blue, violet or even orange on upholstery, curtains or other decorative elements not only go well with brown, but also create a special “wow” effect.