The color spectrum of Metallbude is deliberately manageable and kept in simple non-tones. Because while color and living trends are constantly changing, black and white are simply timeless. The same applies to beige tones, which not only radiate a harmonious, inviting effect indoors, but also match any furnishing style. So it was only logical for us to add our beige shade “Cashew” to the range.
Do you like our furniture in cashew, but are you lacking inspiration on how to integrate the color into your space? Let us show you!
Beige tones harmonize best with the other non-colours white, gray and black. You can't do much wrong here and either keep the interior design as monochrome as possible or set deliberate color accents. If you like it more classic, combine the nude tone with white elements. Modern accents, on the other hand, are set with black accessories. However, you should be careful with colors that go beyond non-colours: If you choose the wrong combination color, the beige furniture can quickly take on an unwanted green or red tinge and clash with the accent colors. What always goes in combination with beige are shades of green – especially in the form of plants.
Precisely because beige tones characterize a simple, balanced look, it is important to include structures and non-color-related contrasts in the interior design. Rough surfaces and coarse materials such as ceramics, stoneware, wool or bouclé provide the necessary heterogeneity, for example in the form of sculptural vases, large decorative bowls or eye-catching sofa cushions. Especially in the case of metal furniture, such additions take away the visual hardness of the material. Modern texture art is also particularly good in this context. In our blog category “ Do It Yourself
” you will find corresponding instructions for your own works of art.
Whether Scandi, Japandi, Boho or Retro: beige tones can be integrated into any living style and adapted to the preferred style with appropriate color and structural elements. Accessories such as textiles and murals make a big difference - they are a particularly good indicator of the dominant style of living. Side tables or shelves in beige tones harmonize almost independently and ensure visual harmony, so that the overall picture of the interior design does not appear overloaded, but instead has a pleasant balance that only non-colors such as beige can create. Try it!