The Trendy Spring Color Your Home Needs (Spoiler: It's Not Millennial Pink)

Gabrielle Savoie

Calling all color-averse dwellers: You don't need to go all white to avoid color. For the past few years, gray has dominated every neutral color palette (and color trend) in the interiors world. Beige, on the other hand, has been almost taboo—a boring color with a bad stigma you wouldn't be caught dead decorating with. Well, you can blame your parents for their poor '90s decorating choices and leave all those misconceptions behind because beige is the new comeback kid of décor in 2017, and it's anything but boring.

Not convinced? Consider this: Beige tones have been making their way back in our fashion choices for a while now: camel, cognac, tan, desert sand—all attempts to mask the fact that we're in fact big fans of the neutral shade already. What's the common thread in these new beige spaces that feel more modern than dated? They are all completely devoid of color, save for a few shades of beige, cream, and black. Ready to give beige a second chance? Here's how to do it right.

Next up: It's official—these paint color trends are out.

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