It’s no surprise that many of us gravitate to calm, neutral rooms. After all, there’s something innately soothing about a space that feels light, airy, and effortless. Are you looking to invoke a little more serenity into your home? We’re sharing a roundup of some of our favourite neutral rooms. There’s plenty of inspiration ahead to bring a little more calm to the chaos.
1. A Warm Neutral Bedroom
If there’s any room we want to feel tranquil, it’s the bedroom. As the place you begin and end each day, make sure yours is a place of quiet comfort to rest up for busy days ahead. To get the look in your space, opt for bedding with a subtle pattern and neutral palette. This taupe bedding with a woven fan design reverses to a beautiful stripe, which adds plenty of interest without overwhelming the room.
2. A Living Space Fit for Golden Hour
Our living rooms are designed to be enjoyed any hour of the day, but golden hour is always special. In this space, creamy walls pair with a dreamy, down‑filled sofa and warm, brushed brass accents. There’s no better place to watch the sun trickle in at sunset.
3. A Monochromatic Double‑Height Living Room
Light, bright, and airy. We love the balance of light and dark hues in this neutral, two‑storey living room designed by Brian Gluckstein. The creamy white sofa is flanked by velvet swivel chairs, which add warmth and texture. Dark accents through the coffee table and black and white artwork add a dose of contrast.
4. A Mixed Material Kitchen
Who says a neutral kitchen has to be boring? In the kitchen, designed by Brian Gluckstein, the secret to the effortlessly layered look is mixing up the materials. A travertine‑look island takes centre stage and plays beautifully with the matte black metal framing around the fridge and pantry. The range and hood are sleek in stainless steel. And a beautiful brushed brass faucet is like a bit of jewellery for the space.
5. An Earthy‑Hued Hallway
The sightlines in this long hallway designed by Brian Gluckstein are simply stunning. But the real winner? Moss green velvet drapes that add a hint of drama to this black and white space.
Photography by Angus Fergusson and A Plus Creative