10 Neutral Slipcovers That Pop

If you're looking to change the ambiance of a room, slipcovers are the perfect solution. They're an easy and inexpensive way to refresh your furniture.
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November 25, 2014
By: Georgette Mosley

Photo By: HGTV fan allende

All in the Details

Change your furniture personality with fabrics and details. With the help of these neutral-colored slipcovers, this cool blue room instantly becomes warm and inviting. Designer Linda Woodrum added long, flowing curtains, a floral patterned area rug and soft lighting to create a calm and tranquil space.

Big on Pattern

Overlay your cream slipcovers with bright colors and patterns. From polka dots to stripes, this energetic living room design boasts an array of textures and patterns. When mixing patterns, having a constant color or design will help ground the space and bring all the pieces together. In this particular area, brown is used repeatedly and helps build a unified space. Design by Claire Watkins

Mix and Match Your Style

Don't be afraid to mix and match your slipcovers. In this playful den, both solid and patterned slipcovers are used to create a charming and cohesive look. Using a variety of textures, colors and patterns, this space was playfully designed to appeal to the taste of both kids and adults alike. Design by Candice Olson

A Splash of Color

White slipcovers are the perfect backdrop to a colorful assortment of pillows. In this Spanish-style living room, rustic red and burnt-orange pillows are laid on top for an added splash of color. Design by RMS user Allende

Functional and Fabulous

Slipcovers are a great choice in high-traffic areas. In this living space, oatmeal-colored slipcovers not only refresh the look of the furniture, they also protect the pieces from spills and stains. Design by Susan Fredman

Unify Your Design

Crisp, white slipcovers are a beautiful addition to this living area. Neutral hues and natural, wicker materials are used throughout this design, creating a calming, cottage-style space. To unify your own designs, pick one material and use it throughout your space in unique ways, like the uniform use of wicker in this space. Design by RMS user homemom

Lounge in Style

Club chairs loosely fitted with creamy slipcovers set the mood in this casual lounge space. The beautiful stone fireplace makes the perfect backdrop for the cottage-style furniture and design. Design by Judith Balis

Inexpensive, Custom Looks

Dress your furniture in the latest styles without the high cost of reupholstering. Slipcovers are an easy and inexpensive way to give your furniture a custom look. With tiebacks, these slipcovers can be easily taken off and interchanged to your liking. Photo from HGTV Design Star

A Perfect Fit

Less is more in this living space. Solid beige slipcovers are used to create this stylish yet simple living room design. Add vibrant accent pillows for a bold and playful pop of color. Design by RMS user LauriCO

Casual Spaces

Loosely fitted slipcovers look great in casual spaces. Mix them with more modern pieces to suit your own design style. Picking one common material, such as the sheer fabric used on both the curtains and lampshades, will help unify the space and give it a balanced look. Design by Kenneth Brown

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