Today we share with you how to fit a colored sideboard in neutral dining areas.
Colors tend to have one of three primary behaviors: active, passive, and neutral. The word neutral, in fact, means impartial or unbiased. Because of this, the use of neutral colors in dining areas is a common and effective strategy.
For one thing, neutrals (think white, black, brown, cream, grey, and pretty much any muted earthy tone) can “go” with anything – that’s what makes them neutrals. This provides versatility in decorating over the years as trends and personal preferences change. Neutrals also tend to be colors that provide an excellent background to any other color, providing a solid foundation for decorating no matter what your style.
But sometimes this idea can be taken to an extreme in the neutral world. Entering a dining room that’s decorated in beige upon beige upon beige upon…wait, is that cream? Oh. Nope. Beige again…is both boring and aesthetically stagnating. In order to alleviate that risk, the following is a guide for decorating with colored sideboards in neutral dining areas while maintaining personality, life, charm, and style. Take a look!
In a neutral space, the Diamond Emerald Sideboard from Boca do Lobo is a statement piece.
A stunning gold sideboard enhances a minimal dining room.
A dark wood cabinet with mirrors balances a neutral space.
A neutral space with a pastel-toned sideboard as an accent piece ein a beach-style home.
Another example of a dark wood sideboard that balances all the ambiance.
An orange sideboard brings joy to any neutral room.
Another orange sideboard.
Green is a wonderful color for an accent sideboard in a neutral dining area.
Mid-century-style multi-colored sideboard.