Looking for some ideas to decorate your home with Brown? Be inspired by these tips.
Ranging from earthy, grounding and nature-inspired, to deep, rich and luxurious Chocolate Brown – as paint it can create a wide range of moods in any room or outside space without ever feeling cold. Of course, you can choose to indulge your walls with a lick of brown paint but you can also think outside of the box.
Brown is a warm and safe colour, it encapsulates a desire to have natural things around us.
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Decorate with Brown / Chocolate Brown Color Trend
Because of its earthy connotations, chocolate works well in any setting where you wish to convey warmth, comfort and security.
Make your home ready for cosiness with cushions in rich hues. Chocolate looks warm and inviting alongside autumnal shades like burnt oranges, deep reds and forest greens to creams. Subtle natural tones of caramel, tan, cream and white even a dash of dusty pink.
Another easy option to decorate with chocolate brown is to embrace the warmth of wood, especially in its darker essences – or another very trendy option now could be for example the Shou Sugi Ban wood finish.
Decorate with Chocolate Brown /the Shou Sugi Ban wood
Talking of dark wood finishes, have you heard of Shou Sugi Ban? It’s a very interesting ancient Japanese architectural technique that was used to preserve wood by charring the surface with a hot flame.
Originating back in 18th century Japan, Shou Sugu Ban is a particularly striking method of preserving wood with fire in order to weatherproof it. Despite being a very old method of treating wood, it is flexible enough to look stunning in both modern and rustic settings. In modern architecture you can expect Shou Sugu Ban to be seen in both exterior and interior settings, even being used on furniture and décor.
We already talked about this technique in this post: Tile Trends 2022 from Cersaie
The hottest trend it architecture Shou Sugi Ban source
Be tempted by Chocolate Brown and inspired by our gallery.
Boutique hotel complex coated in brown mortar to appear weathered via Dezeen.
Lost Villa Boutique Hotel in Zhongwei, China, designed by DAS Lab to blend into the desert landscape source.
Axel Vervoordt via
Cheng Chung Design creates restaurant within brick art installation, China via Dezeen.
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