15 camel-colored rooms that work
not-so ‘90s now.
Published Mar 11, 2016 5:00 AM
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Beige was all the rage in the ‘90s… But with the return of the ever-trendy camel coat and recent floor-to-ceiling beige, blush, and camel color combo at the New York Fashion Week Mansur Gavriel preview, we thought a proper comeback announcement was in order. Because whether you’re a renter and can’t paint your walls (or tear up your carpet…) or you’re actually embracing the trend, it’s time to get on board. Keep reading to see 15 of our favorite camel-colored rooms.
A light stone wall definitely beats old beige walls.
The warm tone of the area rug really helps create a cozy space.
Hanging a rug or tapestry in lieu of a headboard is a great solution for covering white walls.
This sleek, modern kitchen is our ideal light-colored camel.
Light wood floors break up this white-walled home office.
This bedroom is proof that warm browns, nudes, beiges, and camels aren’t outdated or boring, but completely modern (and cozy!).
Wall-to-wall carpet might not be the trendiest now, but the combination of browns and creams here work.
Painting your walls a cool, beige-y camel-color is a brilliant way to create a soft, neural environment.
This living room is the creamiest, beige masterpiece. The cool colors mix perfectly with the light gray carpet.
Creating a space with mismatched camel, gray, and metallic varietals is a great alternative for someone who loves neutrals, but isn’t exactly a minimalist.
Even adding subtle hints of light camel with your desk chair and opting for light wood instead of white makes a monochrome space look less sterile.
Natural elements like wood, wicker, and marble are faint browns we can get behind.
Peeling camel walls add a certain rustic element to an otherwise modern living space.