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If you have a leather brown sofa, you can create a rich and luxurious look by pairing it with deep jewel-toned walls such as burgundy or emerald green. Consider using throw pillows, area rugs, or window treatments in brighter colors or patterns.

If you have different shades of brown furniture, consider repeating the hues in frames and window treatments to create a well-rounded interior design. Dark wooden furniture may be a statement on its own, but if you end up with a pastel look and lack accent color, feel free to bring in some green or blue decor to make deep brown stand out. If you want to create a space with a traditional feel or Mid-Century modern ascetic, consider pairing brown furniture with light blues. A more saturated, sky blue shade can make the room overwhelming, but you may use it for an accent wall or in decor.

Don’t worry about the cool tones in blue wall color – brown is rich and warm and will balance it well, making a space feel cozy and inviting. Cream walls are a great option if you want to create a charming space and bring attention to heirloom brown wood furniture like this vintage hutch.

If you’d like some brown walls, but do not aim for a moody room design, tan paint would be a great choice.

Tan paint colors are warm and earth tones that evoke feelings of comfort and simplicity.

They pair well with natural wood accents and can create a cozy, rustic atmosphere in any room. A great idea is also to experiment with tan and white striped wall to transform the perception of the space and make the design more memorable.

Navy blue walls, accents, and fabrics paired with crisp whites and sandy brown furniture create coastal interior vibes, with its chic and tranquil atmosphere. Darker shades like a Benjamine Moore Hale Navy are great to use in classic interior designs. If you decorate an old house and enjoy traditional home design, it is hard to find a paint color that would complete old furniture better than white. We can’t help admiring the charm of the old dark brown furniture (that is, by the way, 150-year-old and passed down in the family) and how the whites make it the star of the show. White works just as well in modern designs, where you want to emphasize the brown accents or keep an airy, roomy feel. Overall, the combination of these two bold hues creates a beautifully balanced and warm living room.

Going darker on skirting, moldings, paneling, and doors is a great alternative to painting adjacent walls bold accent colors. This statement brown leather couch paired with light green walls is another winning combo for a stylish living room. However, mind that solid colors like orange can be overwhelming, so you might want to pair it with white and neutral tones to balance the look. If you plan to use dark browns for the paint color, wood floors and furniture with the same undertone will mesh well. Instead, reverse engineer the recommendations above and use white, cream, red, yellow or other shades that go with brown to create contrast against the dark walls. Hope these designer tips helped you pick the right paint color to complement your brown furniture.

Modern Design with Light Gray Walls and Dark Brown and Rattan Color Furniture
Modern Design with Light Gray Walls and Dark Brown and Rattan Color Furniture
Oval Brown Dining Table Combined with White Drapery and Beige Walls
Oval Brown Dining Table Combined with White Drapery and Beige Walls
Mid Century Modern Living Room with Brown Furniture and Light Blue Walls
Mid Century Modern Living Room with Brown Furniture and Light Blue Walls
Dining Room with Pale Blue Walls and Curtains and Mahogany Furniture
Dining Room with Pale Blue Walls and Curtains and Mahogany Furniture
Old Brown Furniture with Warm Undertones and Cream Walls
Old Brown Furniture with Warm Undertones and Cream Walls
Tan Paint Color Paired with White and Brown Reclaimed Wood Furniture
Tan Paint Color Paired with White and Brown Reclaimed Wood Furniture
Modern Coastal Design with Light Brown and Blue Color Palette
Modern Coastal Design with Light Brown and Blue Color Palette
Dark Brown Dining Room Furniture White Trim and Hale Navy Walls
Dark Brown Dining Room Furniture White Trim and Hale Navy Walls
Traditional Home Design with Dark Wood Furniture and White Walls
Traditional Home Design with Dark Wood Furniture and White Walls
Small Attic Bedroom with White Walls and Creative Brown Accent Wall
Small Attic Bedroom with White Walls and Creative Brown Accent Wall
Antique Dark Furniture and Yellow Walls
Antique Dark Furniture and Yellow Walls
Mustard Yellow Wall Paint Light Brown Furniture and Black Trim
Mustard Yellow Wall Paint Light Brown Furniture and Black Trim
Room with Brown Furniture and Sage Green Wall Paneling
Room with Brown Furniture and Sage Green Wall Paneling
Living Room with Leather Brown Furniture Light Green Walls and Yellow Accents
Living Room with Leather Brown Furniture Light Green Walls and Yellow Accents
Eclectic Design with Red Tones Complementary to Medium Brown Sofa
Eclectic Design with Red Tones Complementary to Medium Brown Sofa
Dark Brown Furniture and Orange Walls Living Room Design
Dark Brown Furniture and Orange Walls Living Room Design
Wooden Dining Table and Bench and Black Walls
Wooden Dining Table and Bench and Black Walls
Emerald Green Tile Paired with Dark Wood Vanity
Emerald Green Tile Paired with Dark Wood Vanity
Bedroom with Dark Brown Furniture and Teal Walls
Bedroom with Dark Brown Furniture and Teal Walls
Living Room with Brown Leather Sofa and Blue Gray Accent Wall
Living Room with Brown Leather Sofa and Blue Gray Accent Wall
Living Room with Dark Brown Walls Paired with White Red and Beige
Living Room with Dark Brown Walls Paired with White Red and Beige

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