This kitchen feels very light and sunny, but in a twist from the often seen all-white kitchen, this one layers neutrals like the soft tan walls, woven shades, brown tile backsplash and hardwood floors.
This lively glass enclosed shower features a brown, tan and turquoise mosaic tile paired with chrome fixtures, including a rainfall shower head. A small window offers natural light and a view of the landscape.
A freestanding claw-foot slipper tub with silver feet sits next to a wall made up of small mosaic tiles of black, brown, tan and white. Across the room, sliding-glass doors separate the shower area from the rest of the room.
Just refreshing your rug, pillows and throws can be an easy and affordable way to bring on-trend touches to a new home. "Warm tones like rusts, browns, tans, beiges are making a big comeback" says Henderson, especially when paired with black, blue or green.
A powder blue accent wall is the perfect complement to the rich chocolate tones in this contemporary bedroom. A long brown curtain stretches across an entire wall for maximum shade and light control. A dark stool and tan bench create seating around the modern glass fireplace, and neutral bed linens are topped with throw pillows to match the blue, brown and neutral tones in the surrounding design.
Warm shades of brown and tan pair with a toasty fire to create a comfortable, inviting atmosphere in this sitting room. The fireplace's clean-lined structure and the bench's sleek curves establish a contemporary aesthetic.
Modern furniture mixes with coastal colors to bring an updated feel to this home office while still maintaining a warm environment. Sandy browns and tans help to soften the hard edges of the fixtures and furniture.
This kitchen of the HGTV Dream Home 2014 is the heart of the first floor's open concept living area. Warm browns, cool tans and brilliant yellows balance the industrial feel of the restaurant-style appliances and a granite island that's nearly 16 feet long.
This farmhouse sink offers a classic look, while the two basins make it extra-functional for a hardworking kitchen. The mix of brown and tan tones in the mosaic tile backsplash tie together the colors of the warm wood cabinetry and cream-colored granite countertops.