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Colour psychology: Epitomising serenity and minimalism, beige is infused with the warmth of brown and the crisp coolness of white. It is a colour that is practical and reliable, constant, unchanging and loyal. Beige induces stability, brings structure, and enforces a sense of responsibility. When part of your interiors, it is friendly, warm and approachable, denoting genuine and sincere relationships as well as discreet self-confidence.

Historically speaking: The French term for the colour of natural wool, beige has long since stood for neutrality and simplicity.

Best Use: One of the most used colours in interiors, beige is both practical and comfortable, inducing soft warmth in the bedroom, elegance in the living room, orderliness in the kitchen and understated confidence in the office.

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