Neutral Furniture and Decor That Goes With Everything and Is Anything but Boring
Take a look at home decor TikTok and you'll see neutrals everywhere. The world of interiors is having a deep love affair with tones of slate gray, sand, beige, and cream — and for good reason. Neutrals never go out of style, and they're easy to decorate with since they complement each other so beautifully.
The only challenge? Without pattern and texture, the overall effect can become a bit bland. Ahead, we've found neutral furniture and decor that is both complementary and visually interesting — and doesn't run the risk of being boring.
Cheyenne Gace Accent Chair
The midcentury-inspired lines, walnut finish, and neutral upholstery of this Cheyenne Gace Accent Chair ($252) are as classic as things come. To make the warm neutral tones come together, add a throw pillow or two — preferably in on-trend bouclé or a shaggy flokati-style cover.
Checkered Jute Rug
Checkerboard print is having a moment, but it's far less trendy and more timeless when done in neutral tones. This Checkered Jute Rug ($239) is surprisingly versatile thanks to its colorway; try it in a home office for an instant style update you won't tire of next year.
Quince European Linen Curtain
Window dressings are a great place to invest in neutral fabrics, since they'll go with everything even if the rest of your room changes down the line. Priced per panel, this Quince European Linen Curtain ($80) isn't inexpensive — but it's a fair price for a high-quality material that (obviously) complements everything you already have.
Quiet Town Shower Curtain
A white shower curtain is always a nice choice, but if you're in the mood to treat yourself, consider this Quiet Town Shower Curtain ($148). If your bathroom has competing tones of white and off-white, this curtain's color duo might be the thing that brings it all together.