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20 proofs that green and beige is a good decorative idea

20 proofs that green and beige is a good decorative idea

1. Green and wood


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Yes the marriage of beige with green can be as simple as that: a beautiful emerald green paint on the wall, a green plant to emphasize the effect and a maximum of wood in the decor. Raw wood, varnished wood or wicker suspension, everything works as long as the wood remains beige!

2. Beige leather and green plants


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Want a natural atmosphere and a touch of wildness at home, without losing anything gently? A beautiful beige leather armchair, green plants and voila. Especially since the association is as successful on a wooden background as on a white wall!

3. A beige weave and a mint green wall


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On a section of wall painted in a mint green at the same time soft and original, we did not find better than a beige wall weaving to boost the Zen atmosphere. The extra thing? Wood, rattan, green plants and textured textiles to remind us of wall weaving.

4. Beige with emerald green and warm tones


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The soft green and beige blend is not the only option, far from it. With a pine green, beige, a touch of yellow and a hint of orange, we get a combination of colors that is both graphic and retro, inspired by the 70s and perfect in a variation of velvet cushions!

5. A Zen mix of beige and green cushions


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An ultra-soft water green with a cozy beige, cushions and curtains, an armchair and a carpet: with a maximum of textiles and a touch of gray, the Scandinavian style reveals all its cocooning potential in a living room. The secret ? Clean lines and some geometric patterns to punctuate the decor!

6. A green table with beige table linen


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If such a decoration is not trivial, the result dazzles everyone. A cheerful table and chairs vibrant green, a delicately beige runner and all in a white kitchen with a touch of light wood. The vegetable touch is the most missing, and it all works wonders for Saint Patrick!

7. A beige plaid and green cushions


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For adopt beige and green in the decor without doing too much, we put on textiles. Green cushions, beige plaid, velvety textures and delicate fringes, that's how to compose a natural atmosphere full of sweetness without being bland!

8. Wood beige with a green splashback


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Indispensable in the decorative trends of the kitchen, the jade green credenza has two allies: beige and pink, translated into materials with wood and copper. A green subway tiles, green plants, a worktop and wooden shelves, copper accessories, we have the trendy kitchen!

9. Green and beige lights


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Beige and wood, green and wood, the color mix is ​​unbeatable. If in addition, we unearth modern and refined lighting combining retro style and Scandinavian lines, we do a double blow by aligning them! Not even need a green wall, moreover, the result is also decorative on a white background.

10. A beige sofa with touches of green


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The decoration lacks contrast? In a decor in white and beige, nothing simpler than adding a few touches of green. Cushions, pouffe, carpet, industrial desk lamp or posters with a vegetable theme, we play mix and match as long as the decorative objects are green!

11. A green vase with beige bed linen


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To create a delightfully cozy atmosphere in an all-white room, we combine bed linen in a beige shades to a beautiful old metal vase. With a fresh or dried bouquet rich in leaves, we have chic country decor.

12. Beige and green with a hint of blue


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Another example that green and beige can create intense and unexpected color marriages to enrich the decor. With navy blue, the emerald green creates a rich and deep atmosphere, to light up with touches of beige, even yellow and wood!

13. A pine green armchair with wooden wallpaper


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Another original idea for combine green and beige ? Real wood, parquet, accent wall wallpaper and natural beige table linen. A dream setting for a beautiful retro armchair in fir green velvet, and a magical atmosphere for Christmas!

14. A green bedspread with a beige headboard


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Ideal in a bedroom, the combination of beige and green does not need a total look to function. The right mix? A beige padded headboard, a few cushions and a deep green bedspread, it's done. And it is even more successful with plant posters and a green plant as a reminder.

15. Green velvet on beige tweed


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Contemporary with a touch of retro spirit, the beige tweed seventies sofa is never more chic than with emerald green velvet cushions. Surrounded by a few green plants and industrial details in black metal, it transforms into an arty piece of furniture that is as elegant as it is modern!

16. A green pan in a beige decor


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If the decor lacks spice with its beige shades between floor, walls and sofa, why not liven up the atmosphere with a dark green decorative panel ? You can even make it homemade with scrap wood and a can of paint, and just place it against the wall.

17. Natural materials on a green wall


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Again, interior decoration in white and beige always benefits from having green elements. And if we don't always dare deep green accent wall, it does wonders in a cocooning atmosphere… provided you accompany it with textiles and natural materials to maximize the natural effect!

18. Beige carpet with a khaki green sofa


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What if we dared the 100% vegetable interior? Easy, we choose a khaki green to combine with beige, velvet sofa and carpet version or linen and parquet sofa. The details that change everything? Raw wood, black frames and posters or graphic cushions to modernize the decor.

19. Green and beige vintage spirit


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Need to awaken a classic Haussmannian interior? We are revisiting shabby chic. On a patinated Hungarian point parquet floor and with soft beige retro furniture, a green wall dazzles them. Especially if the wall in question is also weathered like a watercolor!

20. An anise green cushion on a Scandinavian beige armchair


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Tired of traditional powdered roses with beige Scandinavian decor? We rather accentuate the nature side with decorative objects of a anise both soft and dynamic! With a green plant, a plaid, beige furniture and as much wood as possible, you may no longer want to leave the house.