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37 Brown Room Decorating Ideas

David Hicks was the James Bond of interior design. In 1960s he painted walls and ceilings in his apartment in Coca-Cola color. Since then, brown interiors started to become more and more popular. In interior design, brown is a quite neutral color that could “silence” other colors. Although in the same time it can be used almost anywhere because wood furniture usually is brown. Neutral brown hues can make a room more spacious while more dark brown hues can provide a sense of security and comfort. Here are some examples of different rooms where brown is one of the main colors.

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    1. Mixology (26) | The Walkup Says:

      [...] The glossy, lacquered sheen of a common loon egg lends itself to the high impact, brown hue of a living room or den. Brown is considered a color of comfort and security. David Hicks, who is considered the James Bond of interior design, painted the walls and ceilings in his apartment a “Coca-Cola color”. The trend of a dark brown space took off ever since. Room image via Shelterness. [...]

    2. The Walkup Says:

      [...] The glossy, lacquered sheen of a common loon egg lends itself to the high impact, brown hue of a living room or den. Brown is considered a color of comfort and security. David Hicks, who is considered the James Bond of interior design, painted the walls and ceilings in his apartment a “Coca-Cola color”. The trend of a dark brown space took off ever since. Room image via Shelterness. [...]

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