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Tips
Start with gray. It's a popular choice among designers because it's easy to contrast against any color and can go either warm or cool. 
Accessorize with metallics to add shimmer and make neutral shades feel more glamorous. 
Add a plethora of hues from your chosen color palette with accents, like decorative pillows or blankets. Layer them on sofas and chairs. 
Make a statement with a patterned rug that includes every color (or most of the colors) in your palette.
Don't forget to add natural elements—such as plants or decorative twigs—to your décor. After all, nature inspires most neutral color palettes!

Far from boring, a neutral color palette offers plenty 
of potential for a dynamically decorated living space. First, select the color tones that work best for you and your home. Grays, creams, and beiges are standard neutrals, so they're easy to decorate with. Or go more dramatic by pairing blacks and whites for a daring and bold look. In a neutral palette, it's important to have furniture and accents with interesting details, like an ornate coffee table or curved back sofa, to create visual contrast. Finish the design by combining soft textures (curtains, pillows, blankets) and hard textures (wood, metal, and stone surfaces). Decorating with neutrals is timeless and versatile. When you want a change or are decorating for a new season, bring in accent colors with pillows and accessories for a whole new look.

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