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Home interiors to demonstrate that beige doesn't need to be boring

Below interiors rely on a broad material palette, ranging from pale timbers and limestone to textured plaster, to give visual and tactile appeal in order to make up for its desaturated color palette.

Even in congested urban locations, this aids in the creation of calm, uncluttered environments thanks to the abundance of storage.

London house extension.

A "calm and relaxing" atmosphere was produced using light-washed oak joinery and pale, mortar-washed masonry.

Ukrainian craft in an all-beige home near Kyiv.

Inside this all-beige residence in Ukraine, which was finished just before the Russian invasion, are rough surfaces and ornate ceramic walls.

Barbican apartment, UK.

A Barbican flat that is simply organized around a timber volume has been given by a British designer his characteristic minimalist style.

"The architectural reimagining of the space began with the idea of paring away everything to a state of emptiness and using three axes from the underlying structure to shape the new geometry," says the author.

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