The first thing to keep in mind when selecting the color paint to go with your dark brown furniture is what mood or theme you want to create in your room. For dark brown furniture, for instance, that has cool undertones such as gray, a light blue paint is a fitting match.
Dark brown furniture generally is achieved by adding a mixture of black. We’ve curated the best of the paint colors for a bedroom with the corresponding dark brown shades.
Read our paint colors for bedroom with dark furniture guide for more like this. Cinnamon #652A0E – The reddish tone is great with varying colors of beige and cream such as Sherwin Williams Unfussy Beige or a lighter variation such as the Sherwin Williams Pineapple Cream (SW 1668) provides a soft transition.
If your dark brown furniture covers a large area, a cool tone will make it more balanced and harmonious. Gray is a fitting paint color for bedroom walls that subdues dark brown furniture’s reddish undertones. A black may not be for everyone, but it gives a relaxing atmosphere with the right elements and accent colors.
Accent colors can include warmer white and cream shades such as Benjamin Moore’s Bashful or Swiss Coffee. A soft aqua like Benjamin Moore Palladian blue is muted but cheerful and relaxing shade that helps your brown furniture visually pop. Another option with a soft and darker shade of green is the Marina Isle by Behr.
The gorgeous color pairs well with the earthy tone and will work great with accents such as deep greens and white. Living Room Paint Colors With Dark Brown Furniture Unlike the bedroom, the living room will need a livelier and welcoming vibe where people can gather and feel comfortable. With dark brown furniture, there are certain colors you can work with to create a more cohesive space. You may read more about our best living room paint colors guide for more information. Your dark brown furniture will look great against the white backdrop because of the obvious contrast.
According to color psychology, we associate green and brown with nature, which can have a calming and harmonious effect. When you have a leather sofa with a dark brown color, a charcoal gray will create that industrial feel to the space.
You may also create a transitional space or mid-century inspired room, depending on the style and profile of your furniture. Gray is a neutral hue that will work well regardless of the undertones of your dark brown living room furniture.
Behr’s Dark Navy can be paired with a variety of metal finishes, but keep them brushed or muted to avoid clashing with the rich wall color. If you’re looking for a peachy undertone, this color paint is the perfect choice as it warms up a room and is versatile to work with in achieving either a modern or a traditional interior.
For a backdrop that showcases furniture while complementing the architecture of an interior, the matt finish of Belgravia is a great choice due to its classic tone. The white ground marble hue shows off the curvature of architectural elements while allowing the dark brown furniture to pop visually. The lovely hue works well for living rooms, kitchens, and other areas with larger square foot coverage, while the paint colors allow dark colors to thrive, such as the chocolate brown. A Light Aqua almost mint in color HEX #C0E3E3 RGB (192, 227, 227) brings a cool and modern combination with your chocolate brown. If you’re worried chocolate brown might create an outdated look, this color tone is a safe combination. If you’re looking for a fun and comforting vibe out of your brown colors, the dusty pink will balance the earthy tone with the more vibrant and youthful shade.
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