Pantone Fall 2016~ Warm Taupe

September 2, 2016

By Tab Byrum


I love rich neutral colors and Pantone’s Warm Taupe is definitely a color I can embrace. Taupe is definitely in the brown family but with some gray in it to tone down the dark hues, it works wonderfully with other neutrals like gray and pairs beautifully with both black and white. Pantone suggests using Warm Taupe with all the other colors in their Fall 2016 line-up, I can definitely see Warm Taupe pairing beautifully with all the colors, especially Airy Blue, Sharkskin, Dusty Cedar, and Bodacious. Let’s take a look at Warm Taupe and its many color uses in the world, Enjoy!!! (above image via)


Tile is always a good way to get color and design on your walls, especially kitchens and bathrooms. Here we can see a beautiful example a classic tile design in our Warm Taupe color. (via)


Neutral bedrooms are always an easy “Yes”, this one combines Warm Taupe on the walls with darker shades of brown on the bed, bench, draperies and stain color on wood. (via)


Warm Taupe is also a great choice in fashion, it looks great with most other colors, especially black and different shades of denim. (via)


Warm Taupe, black, and white team up here to create a very classic bathroom. (via)


Warm Taupe helps create a beautiful base here with beautiful porcelain wood-look flooring and the color is carried on to one wall of the room. (via)


Warm Taupe and black color are used on the exterior of this home, the homeowners have also installed black windows, guttering, shingles, and a black front door. This is a very put together and beautiful home. (via)


Warm Taupe is great for fashion accessories, especially with more and more ladies opting for neutral colored shoes. (via)


Various shades of Taupe combine in this bathroom to create a very relaxing room to begin and end your day in. (via)


I love board and batten paneling and when it’s painted in a color like Warm Taupe it gets even better. (via)

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