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Brown Earth Tone Rugs – ‘Ground’ Your Home Decor with Earth Tones!
While the color brown may not seem like an exciting color choice for your home, there is universal appeal in this tone that is so common but so varied in the natural world.
Find Inspiration in Nature With Brown Earth Tone Rugs
Brown is one of the most common colors in nature, and also one of the most versatile. Natural brown dyes are derived from many plant sources, including walnut shells, tea and coffee, and hollyhock petals, but also from minerals such as iron ore and natural clay. Brown does not occupy a separate slot on the color wheel, but shades of brown are created by mixing a primary color — red, yellow or blue — with its complementary color, i.e., yellow and purple, red and green or blue and orange.
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“Grounding” a room with a brown rug is, in effect, like placing the earth beneath your feet. It is a way to achieve harmony, instill comfort and create a timeless, unique, organic design that can evolve in numerous ways.
Explore the Brown Earth Tone Rug Options
Brown and beige are generally considered “safe” neutrals in the design world. But, depending on the exact shade, from taupe to burnt sienna, from ochre to rust, from pink beach sand to dark volcanic ash, brown has almost unlimited variations.
Dark brown is the color of chocolate and coffee beans, of brown bears or an ant colony. It is strong, dramatic and mysterious. The addition of white or cream changes the tone totally — from dark and moody to warmly comforting, the color of latte, hot chocolate or steaming oatmeal. On the other end of the scale, beige can be elegant and uplifting, sophisticated and trendy, or light and free.
The earth boasts many shades of brown in nature, many of them mixed with minerals to take on a red or yellow cast. Because brown is essentially a mix of other tones, it blends well with all other colors. The visual and psychological effects of brown tones are altered based on what other hues are used with it. All brown tones, however, send a subtle message of connection with the natural order of things.
That’s one reason earth tones are so appealing, and that’s why it can be a wise choice to place antique rugs with brown tones as the anchor of a room. It will not only contribute the underlying theme for the interior decor, but will enhance any other colors that you choose.
Some Pleasant Variations in Brown Earth Tone Rugs
For a bright, vibrant effect, select from the sunny side of the spectrum. Use a medium beige or taupe rug with a sunny glow. Think of a spring garden and pick floral tones ranging from bright tulip reds to yellow daffodils and delicate bluebonnets. It’s a can’t miss formula for a lively look.
In a room with a variety of greens that are reminiscent of a meadow or a forest, use a medium tone Oriental rug with a caramel tone, or floor covering with the look of well-worn leather. Add accents of natural wood in a variety of tones, along with terra cotta and burnished metals for a contemporary, earthy scheme that evokes a feeling of instant homeyness and comfort.
Just as appealing, however, are the calming tones of sand and surf. Put down a pale beige rug or carpet with a tweedy texture, and select furniture with the weathered, silvery look of washed up driftwood. Paint the walls the color of crashing surf and add accents in mixed tones of sea glass and faded shells. To keep it from being too pale, add in some sunny yellow accents or give another nod to nature with the brownish-green tones of lichen and moss.
Because brown earth tone colors appear in so many variations and intensities in nature, you really cannot go wrong by building this color scheme from the floor up.
Tips for Decorating Your Home with Earth Tone Rugs
Earth tones and textures provide an attractive palette that many people want to incorporate into their homes. These colors are warm, rich and cozy. However, although earth tones can be very lively and eye-catching, many people make decorative mistakes and end up creating drab interiors instead. Fortunately, those sandy, craggy, rustic and flaxen tones can all be beautiful with the right tips.
About Earth Tones and Textures
Unsurprisingly, earth tones are largely inspired by nature. There are some beautiful aesthetics you can develop if you look to the natural habitats of some of these tones and textures. For example, the flowing beauty of a sun baked field of wheat or the shaggy, agouti coat of a wolf.
Some good news for your décor project is that earth tones are coming into style as more and more people turn away from the cool tones of previous years. Even if you don’t care about being stylish, there is no denying the benefit of seeing more decorative choices on the shelves that match your tastes.
1) Create Depth With Texture
Many colors in this palette are relatively muted. At first, this may seem like there is no way to make them pop. However, duller colors create great opportunities for playing with textures. This can create an eye-catching sense of depth. For example, you could combine several earth-colored, small tiles or even pebbles in an organic pattern to decorate a bathroom wall. This creates a lively texture that is significantly merrier than the colors alone.
However, it doesn’t lose the relaxed, welcoming feel of the earth tones. Lighter colors, such as white sand and light browns, can pair well with whites and medium wood colors to create an airy space. This works especially well in a space that gets plenty of natural light.
2) Splash In Some Bright Colors To Offset The Earth Tone Colored Decor
Often, combining accents with more subtle tones is the key to making a space work. For example, you could have a room with an earth-colored vintage rug with natural fibers. Adding an armchair or even a throw pillow in a brighter color can add some extra energy to the room.
If you can ensure that the accent complements the earth tones, this will look beautiful. Colors such as green or chartreuse tend to go very well with earth tones. Some burnt but vibrant reds also work excellently for this style.
3) Lean Into the Calmness with Earth Tones
One of the wonderful aspects of earth tones is how calming and zen they are. You can lean into this peaceful feeling to create a warm, relaxing home interior. If working with an exterior space, consider taking this tip literally with a Zen garden. For interior spaces, try using some muddied colors along with tones like wheat or stone.
Then, use some comfy furniture and cozy, pile rugs to create a personal oasis inside your home. The rich feel of olive green or mustard can work well with more historic homes and furniture. This helps create a calming sense of timelessness.
4) Use a Clay Monochrome Palette
If you’ve ever visited the Southwestern United States, you’ve likely seen this design in action. Use a monochromatic palette with clay colors. Consider brighter, redder clay tones as accents and lighter, more yellow clay colors for more subtle tones. This works excellently with an antique or vintage Oriental rug.
The earthy colors of the rug design pair perfectly with the clay colors. In some cases, you may be able to directly match some of the colors from the rug against the walls or artwork. This is a beautiful color palette. It has an immense amount of potential.
5) Bring In Some Nature
If you want to make your earth tones work, why not bring in a bit of nature? You can do this with plants, of course. However, consider also looking for furniture made from more natural materials. For example, a driftwood table can work excellently with earthy colors on the walls and floor. Obviously, you don’t need to use genuine driftwood, but authenticity can be nice. Seeds, feathers and rocks can all add a natural touch to your interior.
To make this work, you need to be thoughtful about the pieces you select. Think of them as art pieces in your home. They need to be curated and displayed properly to be effective. Otherwise, you run the risk of just adding clutter.
Add the Right Rugs to Your Earth Tone Decor
Sometimes the best way to bring a look together is a rug. The right floor covering can tie together your artwork, wall color and furniture. It also can make a space feel cozier and warmer. This pays perfectly into the strengths of earth tones and textures. Nazmiyal has the antique, vintage and modern rugs to bring any home together.
We have options ranging from durable rugs that can work in high-traffic areas to exclusive, collector art pieces and luxury rugs. Speak with our experts for help choosing the right piece for your needs. Explore the collection today.
Here are some beautiful modern, vintage and antique earth tone rugs from the Nazmiyal Collection:
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