At Company C, none of our rugs are simply what we would call "neutral," but many temper bright colors with a background or accents of tan, caramel or mahogany. A deep espresso might set off the colorful tendrils of an exotic paisley, or shades of ochre and sepia might mix with swirls of red and green, balancing the colors and providing a link to the wood furniture and flooring in a room. Camel and brown are often paired with other warm shades such as red, orange and gold; or they can crisply complement cool blues or greens. Take a look at all the ways beige and brown can be anything but boring!
Image shown: Napa Mink Rug
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