Two home designs, each unique in layout, furniture, and features, are united by their enveloping beige and natural wood tone color schemes. These two shining examples of contemporary home design are brimming with ideas to help us create our own beige living spaces, bedrooms, and bathrooms, so, let’s unpack the elements. The first in our set is a texture-focussed home design with an exquisite open-plan living room. The layout includes inspiration for a refined home workspace and a piano area, as well as a sophisticated open-plan kitchen and dining room. The second of our featured designs is a cozy beige apartment with a welcoming ambiance, a split-level living space, rounded motifs, and deeply luxurious touches.
Visualizer: Norman Studio
This beige home design focuses on materials and light. Dual aspect windows welcome in natural sunlight, which falls upon a modern beige sofa and a soft round rug. Sheer beige voiles softly filter the glare.
A neat end table holds a small lamp at one end of the sofa, while a second end table is left open for drinks and snacks. A wooden coffee table draws a freeform outline at the heart of the sitting area, loosening the aesthetic.
Instead of the obligatory TV screen, there is a large work of art propped on a media console unit. Its deeply textured canvas leads the mind onto its own journey of imagination.
The wooden media unit protrudes beyond the living room focal wall, where it draws a brief boundary between the sitting area and an open-plan home workspace. Decorative vases make a textured centerpiece on the coffee table.
A thick coffee table book unites and elevates the pair of textured vases. See more options for coffee table books.
A second piece of abstract art defines the music area in the living room. A modern cat figurine silently stalks along the top of the piano. See more decor inspiration for no dedicated piano rooms.
Wood flooring runs throughout the living space to achieve a cohesive flow.
Next to the piano, there is a modern dining set with just three dining chairs. The sparse set makes the living room appear spacious and the layout mindful. The needs of the homeowner are met without unnecessary excess.
The centerpiece of the dining table is a ring vase, which becomes smoothly silhouetted against the dining room window.
A kitchen peninsula serves as an effective room divider. Its fluted fascia faces the windows, where it can be fully accentuated.
Beige stone countertops are shade-matched to the light beige kitchen cabinets to achieve a look of tranquil simplicity.
In the modern home office, a wall of full-height storage units makes a statement behind the desk. Wood lattice doors build a bank of texture and light play, while dark handles echo the desk’s two stark legs.
A black track reveals that sliding doors can be closed around the home office space when peace and focus are required.
A display shelf and floating storage cabinet are built-in alongside the lattice units. Decorative vases, ornaments, and books fashion a pleasing vignette under the light of the home office window.
In the hallway, a full length mirror is backlit to create a focal point and a moody ambiance.
The master bedroom gains mood lighting from a row of backlit glass wardrobes that run alongside the platform bed.
Inside the glass closet, wooden shelves tie in with the natural wood bed frame.
Beige paintwork creates a warm cocoon around the bedroom walls and ceiling.
A second bedroom is similarly styled but this time with a wooden wardrobe.
The bathroom is fully tiled, which gives it a bright and glossy effect.
The wall tiles shine like jewels around a modern bathtub. A black ceiling-mounted toiletries shelf and a matching black bath faucet provide striking contrast.
Visualizer: Esmael Abdelhamed
In this modern beige home design, a wood-clad fireplace is the focal point of the scheme, Its tactile, rounded edges add to its cozy appeal. Shelves are built in at either side of the chimney breast to achieve a comforting symmetrical result.
A round coffee table nestles down on chunky spherical legs in front of the fire. Its wonderful texture is highlighted under the flickering flame.
The large area rug spreads an energizing black and white pattern across the living room floor. An L-shaped beige sofa creates a clean-cut edge.
Wood lattice doors build a wall of texture and warm tone.
The floor level of the living is split by a platform in the bay window. The elevated section serves as a sunlight-filled stage for two comfortable armchairs and some thriving indoor plants.
At the back of the living room dining room combo, a wooden dining set accommodates up to six people at meal times. A tower of built-in shelving makes a stable anchor point for the open-plan eating area.
Two saucer-like dining room pendant lights seem to hover weightlessly above the table.
The master bedroom is dominated by a commanding stone feature wall. Panels of rock climb between smooth wooden panels to create a textural juxtaposition.
The bedroom rug is the same design as in the living room, though on a smaller scale, to create an aesthetic link.
Floating wooden nightstands wing the upholstered bed.
At the foot of the bed, an elegant, modern vanity chair pulls up at a floating dressing table/desk.
A full-length vanity mirror and set of wall panels are arranged upon a rugged stone backdrop. Concealed LED strip lights accentuate the texture of the stone.
In the bathroom, a luxe stone focal wall forms the backdrop for a modern, freestanding bathtub.
A small wooden stool holds toiletries close at hand.
A travertine double sink bathroom vanity cuts across two custom-cut floor-to-ceiling mirrors.
Rock panels peep between the mirrored glass.
In the home office, a chic sitting area is furnished with a curved sofa and an oval coffee table.
A curved wall panel continues the rounded motif.
An ergonomic computer chair is paired with a floating desk, which is moodily illuminated from underneath.
Recommended Reading: 40 Beige Living Rooms That Spark Interest
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