Beige is usually considered Neutral Living Room Colors tones and may vary from light brown to taupe. Depending on the amount of pigment and underlying toner, these colors can be either a cold or warm color. Beige with a yellow undertone tends to be on the warm side and creates an inviting atmosphere. Taupe with a blue undertone on the other hand, will tend to have a cooling effect on a room. One way to do this is to keep a color chip or piece of cloth in direct sunlight. This will give an indication of the true color.
Black, White and Gray
Black, white and gray work as well as neutral in a living room, giving a sense of elegance and functionality. Even these colors can seem strong and even slightly inviting; they offer a lot of possibilities when it comes to interior design. Black is probably not suitable for use with wall paint for most people, but can be used in furniture, artwork, soft furniture and even floors as an effective neutral. When paired with red, orange, yellow or other strong colors, black are striking and thoroughly modern.
Black can also take on a more romantic style when paired with pinks, a retro look with turquoise and finesse when paired with cream and brown. White is the universal neutral color. White is on the go with color that covers many model homes and gives a crisp, clean look. All other color pairs well with white. When white is used as an accent color, it pops out visually and creates energy. Think of mating white with royal blues, burgundy, or chocolate brown.