Color Crush: Invite Autumn Into Your Home With Tobacco
Design editor Kai Ethier shares which hue she’s crushing on right now.
A rich yet relaxed hue in the orange family, tobacco is reminiscent of 1970s terracottas. Yellowy-orange undertones give this color its toasty glow, and deeper iterations create a moody mystique. Grounding rooms in this beautiful brown invites in the autumn season with both gusto and gravitas.
How To Add A Small Statement
In this living room by Ashley Whittaker, a chocolate velvet sofa is offset with floriferous art, organic accent tables and a striking coffered ceiling.
Between the rustic wood floors and the vintage-like wooden crate filled with curly willow, this living room alcove is injected with farmhouse comfort.
An earth-toned pillow in a sumptuous nutmeg hue brings the colors of autumn indoors, making this reading nook the perfect place to kick back.
How To Add A Big Statement
A deep brown patinated wall with built-in shelving makes a dramatic first impression in this dining room designed by Pierre Yovanovitch.
For a dose of drama, a set of dining chairs feels oh-so-luxurious thanks to rich dark chocolate upholstery.
This cozy den is adorned with a brown-grey grasscloth wallpaper for an instant cocooning effect.