Paint your walls in subtle shades of cream for timeless appeal
There is no denying that neutral colours are most versatile, evergreen and go-to options for most homeowners when it comes to selecting a colour palette for their home interiors. Neutrals are comfortable and fail-safe, and while trends may come and go, these are forever! We decided to look just a little beyond the classic white while compiling this quick guide for another classic – cream coloured walls for your home! Read more to find out your options for cream walls for different rooms in your home.
Cream Colour Living Room
For the living room, a warm shade of cream, like alabaster gives you a perfect bit of traditional warmth in a modern apartment setting. Pair it with wooden furniture for a classy look.
Cream Colour Trim
Trims have an inherently classic vibe about them. Combine cream walls, white trim along with a darker hue of a neutral shade like brown for a sophisticated look for your space.
Cream And White Kitchen
There is something reassuring about going for a soft shade of cream for kitchen interiors. We like something on the lines of this all-cream kitchen design, subtly accentuated by the use of the colour grey for kitchen backsplash. A shade of cream on the lines of White Tie will look great for cream coloured kitchen walls.
Classy Cream Colour Dining
A vintage wooden dining table, a classic wooden cabinet, a chandelier and a warm cream coloured wall to go with it – that’s our idea of a classy dining room design setting. The perfect shade of cream plays a strong role in defining the vibe of such spaces.
Cream Coloured Bedroom
Cream colour walls may not be the most obvious choice for a bedroom in a modern apartment, but we believe the versatility of the colour cream can easily complement a modern design as much as a classic design for your bedrooms.
Cream Coloured Bathroom
We meant it when we said that there is a shade of cream for every wall in your house. Cream-coloured walls in bathrooms make them look elegant in an understated way and help the space look clean and airy.
The colour cream for your walls acts as a starting point, a base from where you can start and pair it with as many colour and design combinations as you please. Why we don’t mind ourselves an all-cream look when it’s right. What are your thoughts on going for the warm neutral for your walls?