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Mushroom is the Color Taking Over Homes in 2017





Warmer than gray but cooler than taupe, this neutral, earthy shade is popping up everywhere. Here's how to make the color work in every space.





(Courtesy of elledecor.com)

By Country Living Staff|Jan. 6th, 2017

Constant Trim - HudsonHomeTeam

1 Contrast trim


Flip the script (dark walls, white woodwork) and try the reverse.









Constant Trim - HudsonHomeTeam

2 Cozy cabinetry


The practical tone adds a bit of sophistication to hardworking spaces, such as the mudroom. 








Fresh Paint - HudsonHomeTeam

3 Fresh Paint


Use this handy guide to find the best hue to complement your furnishings.


















Statement Tile - HudsonHomeTeam4 Statement Tile


A subdued color scheme gives this pattern live-with-it-forever potential.



















  ($28 per square foot; granadatile.com)  




Patterned Pillows - HudsonHomeTeam

5 Patterned Pillows





















  (Courtesy of shoplittledesignco.com)





Specled Plates - HudsonHomeTeam6 Speckled Plates


Mix these dishes in with plain old white ware.



















  ($112 for four plates; irwinribera.com)






Armchair - HudsonHomeTeam


7 Armchair


A less lumberjack-y take on the buffalo check.


















($2,900; arhaus.com)






Tray - HudsonHomeTeam


8 Tray

Serve up some 'shroom via a pretty platter.

















($39; jossandmain.com)  






Graphic Rug - HudsonHomeTeam


9 Graphic Rug

This neutral version of a Navajo print is bold without being over the top. 

















    ($126 for 2' by 3'; rugsdoneright.com)





Marblized Candle - HudsonHomeTeam


10 Marbleized Candle


This pretty pick is small but mighty — it makes quite the statement and burns for 60+ hours.



















($40; dlcompany.com)



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