May is almost here! And some of the best interiors designers in the World agree that certain colors can create a pared-down look that’s anything but austere and that fits perfectly in the May-themed Neutral trends. In fact, neutrals don’t have to be boring and when it comes to decorating, a neutral palette doesn’t always start and end with beige or white. Sasha Bikoff, Henriette von Stockhausen, and Anne Hepfer are some of the experts in the field of interior design who are using these “new neutrals” and will have amazing interiors in May using these trends!
We start with the iconic Blush. This decor trend is defined by a cream and yellow base that makes it neutral, as opposed to pinks with purple undertones, according to Bikoff. “The light blush in this living room works great as a backdrop to other neutrals and pops of color, like canary yellow, which complements the blush in a beautiful, unassuming way.”
According to UK-based designer Henriette von Stockhausen, Silver is a new neutral capable of giving a streamlined look without compromising elegance. “As light changes throughout the day, silver takes on different hues and reflects what is happening outside, and is most wonderful by candlelight during dinner parties,” says the designer.
This brilliant project by Boca do Lobo features Silver Tones with the amazing Hera Roud II Chandelier. It’s perfect, isn’t it?
Canadian designer Anne Hepfer recommends a pale blue-gray to create a neutral, soft palette. “I created a landscape using a paler shade of blue, and juxtaposed it with contrasting accents like earthy browns and metallic golds to offset the palette.” said Hepfer.Living Room featuring the Odette Sofa by Boca do Lobo Like these decor tips using neutral colors? In that case you might also want to read Neutral-Paletted Bedroom Designs for This Spring. Don´t miss the chance to subscribe our newsletter in order to receive our latest news and articles.