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5 awesome textures that you can pair with brown

Brown is a universally beloved colour. It has a great neutral quality that s found everywhere in nature, and is definitely relaxing. But using it plainly in your spaces can be a bit boring, so how about pairing it up with different textures? Curious about how to do that? Let’s take a look:

 

1. Always white

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It seems like white and brown are a match made in heaven. These two hues match each other perfectly. While one has a charismatic and bold personality, the other one is cool and fresh. They contrast each other really well – especially when the brown has been done in wooden textures. The white can be carried out in both glossy and matt textures depending on the theme of your space!

 

2. Tinted mirrors

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While reflective mirrors have a naturally attractive quality, they look even better in tinted form – especially when you’re pairing them up with brown colours in an interior design. The best way to execute such an idea is by using large surfaces. Take an entire feature wall and clad half of it in tinted mirror, while the other half is done in any kind of a brown texture. You’ll definitely enjoy the end results!

 

3. Using wooden grain

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Since you don’t really have to splurge on actual hardwood these days to get a great wooden texture, it’ easy to emulate this natural grain in other affordable options. Wood and brown colour go hand in hand, so these two are definitely a good couple. From fully laminated walls to PVC planks and even floors, you can invest in a whole new world of wood grains and different shades of brown to suit your theme.

 

4. Bathroom tiles

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Brown coloured bathroom tiles are not an uncommon choice, but a bit of texture on them can take your whole ambiance a long way. So, if you’re not sure what to pair it up with, you can simply remember this one rule: darker browns look best with understated textures. Lighter shades of brown look better with bold textures. Note that the choice is subjective; you may end up liking a brown bathroom tile that is totally the opposite of the concept!

 

5. Window treatments

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Typical modern window treatments are usually curated in sleek shades of white or grey, but how about pairing them up with browns? The unique texture of venetian and roman blinds works especially well with dim lighting and an officious ambiance. You can even match them up with complementary accessories to get the best look!

 

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