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A Guide
to Style

News, tips on style and interesting ideas from the world of ceramics

How to complement taupe

Sophisticated, modern taupe can be one of the most versatile, best-loved shades in interior design, with its eclectic grey and beige nuances bringing a timeless style touch to walls and floors.
But the question is: what to combine it with? What are the best colours to complement its sophisticated, versatile allure?

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In harmony

Let’s imagine you’ve chosen taupe for your floors. In this case, our advice is to opt for similar shades for the rest of the furnishings, such as the tone-on-tone NCS– Natural Colour System®© shades from the Volcano concrete-look collection.

Volcano

This mix of neutral shades is sure to give your settings a confident yet inviting look, with a distinctive, dynamic personality.

In contrast

On the other hand, if you’ve chosen the minimalist look of taupe for your walls, the trend is to team it with high-fashion, contrasting colours. So you might like to go for deep blue, ivory, or colours reminiscent of gemstones and metals, such as gold and copper.

Denim

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All these rich, versatile shades form the perfect colour scheme for furnishing elements and floors, combining a variety of shapes and patterns, as shown in the photo from the Denim collection and its NCS®© shades.