It's the colour du jour for chic home styling.

| By Rachael Thompson | Interiors

Brown Is the New Black, Here’s How to Embrace the Trend in Your Home

It's the colour du jour for chic home styling.

From rich chocolate to light hazelnut, all shades of brown have been taking over our feeds, wardrobes, and interiors in 2022. And when top designers Danielle Colding, Athena Calderone, Justina Blakeney, and Mark D. Sikes, name the colour as one to embrace in Vogue’s annual home decor trend report, you know it's something to take note of.

Warm-toned neutrals help foster a feeling of intimacy and comfort and offer a softer alternative to a classic black. “Earthier colours such as browns can evoke feelings of security, reliability, warmth, and approachability," says clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, Noosha Anzab. It comes as no surprise then, that after years of the pandemic and uncertainty brown is seeing a significant resurgence in interior design. The trend also ties in with the recent comeback of the '70s aesthetic where earthy tones were widely used.

Thankfully, it’s easy to introduce these tones into your home's interior design scheme and below, we explore some simple ways to do so.

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