Introducing House & Home’s 2018 Color Of The Year, Camel!
Gutsier than beige, luscious camel easily straddles the fashion and home worlds; the color translates beautifully across a range of materials, from grasscloth wallpaper and leather sofas to lacquered lamps. Much like its sartorial counterpoint, the camel-hair coat, this classic hue has a timeless, rich quality that feels new all over again. Click through to see our favorite ways to style camel.
This warm and inviting living room by Diane Bergeron is a master class in camel. When layering the same color, a mix of solids and patterns, seen here in the plaid drapery and chevron pillows, keep the palette from looking too monotone. Golden accents in the coffee table and lamps play off the brassy tones in the space.
Camel pairs beautiful with warm, creamy neutrals. In this living room, a camel leather sofa brings depth to the earthy palette, acting as an interesting alternative to beige.
Camel is a great color to use on textured furnishings. Here, the camel tones of a buttery leather sofa are echoed in the kitchen counter stools and rope dining table chairs.
In this romantic, Parisian-style bedroom, camel acts as the perfect complement to pearly whites and ivories.
A vintage camel-colored leather lounger by Brazilian designer Jean Gillon adds some warmth to architect Darcie Watson’s principal bedroom.
In an inky blue office, a rich camel desk chair adds to the masculine elegance of the space.
Camel grasscloth wallpaper is an immediate way to bring texture and warmth into a space. When paired with ginger jars and an antique console, it takes on a traditional feel, but could easily lend itself to modern spaces.
This principal bedroom gets its luxe feel from a camel colored faux fur throw and a matching leather ottoman.
Consider camel your new neutral, and layer it into colorful spaces for warmth. Amidst the vibrant furniture in this living room, a tufted camel ottoman nods to the wood side tables and softens the black and white envelope.
Camel can also be used to warm up a grey palette. In this bright and light family room, suede loungers add some retro flair to the space and bring dimension to the otherwise monochromatic scheme.