Color Crush: 12 (New!) Ways to Use Latte Brown

Bye bye, beige. This warm and sophisticated neutral is oh-so-pretty and looks perfect when paired with both subdued and saturated hues.

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Latte Brown Color Palette

If you're still holding onto beige as a neutral, then you'll love this new take: latte brown. It's a warm and sophisticated neutral that coordinates with practically any color and design style. It's especially pretty when paired with blush, rose and gold, like in this oh-so-pretty bedroom. Feeling smitten? Take a look at our other favorite ways to use latte.

Glam Display

Creamy brown wallpaper, a sunburst mirror and glossy white dresser create a chic, feminine look in this bedroom. Gold and blush tones add to the luxe look.

From: Wendy Labrum

Creative Balance

Tan plays the perfect neutral with raspberry and white in this fun and modern wallpaper pattern.

Warm and Welcoming

Antler art hangs above a bed of cream linens and an animal blanket. Tan textured wallpaper and a traditional headboard give this bedroom a rustic feel.

Perfectly Neutral

This neutral bathroom features tan grasscloth wallpaper with white accents for a clean and simple look.

Brown Tones

Though it's awash in browns with hunting lodge touches, this home office manages to maintain a modern vibe.

From: Amy Lutz

Modern Palette

The tan and white palette of this chic bedroom serves as a soothing backdrop for the gorgeous tropical landscape seen through the windows. 

Rustic Hues

The rustic style of this living room gets a dose of contemporary whimsy with wallpaper depicting a log pile and fabric featuring squirrels perched on tree branches.

Contemporary Lounge

Tan and white create a crisp contrast for this stylish sitting area. The bright artwork above the wide armchair brings in soft color, while the graphic pillows tie the space together.

From: Amy Lutz

Tan Texture

This bedroom features repurposed gold tin ceiling tiles accenting the wall behind the tan upholstered bed. The result is an extravagant, regal atmosphere.

Rich Colors

A textured accent walls creates movement in this eye-catching master bedroom. Rich browns and warm neutrals encourage a relaxed atmosphere, while metallic accents add glamor.

Tone on Tone

Rustic stone and rough-hewn wood meet clean, contemporary lines in this home inspired by Italian farmhouse design. Warm brown tones create an inviting dining and living area with large sliding glass doors.

Neutral Luxe

Gradations of brown and tan interwoven with splashes of gold, pattern and texture dress up this ultra-glam foyer. A modular bench keeps a low profile beneath a sparkling chandelier while making room for guests in the entryway.

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