For the past few years, a major interior design trend has been slowly trickling down from the high end to the mass market. ‘Belgian Beige’ is perfect for translation in garden rooms. Upscale mass merchants like Restoration Hardware and Pottery Barn have already seized on this new neutrality in a major way.
The trend is more the sum of its parts than a singular look. It is neutral, hence the ‘beige’, and the styling has antique, industrial and rustic elements carefully juxtaposed.
For materials think burlap and natural wicker, zinc and weathered woods. Think texture and patina. Think smooth and rough.
For specific pieces think quirky and classic simultaneously.
Scale plays an import role–everything is oversized and dramatic which is perfect for outside spaces.
The trend is architectural–think salvaged building fragments and references to grand buildings.
To see more of the images I collected for this idea, check out my Belgian Beige Garden board on Pinterest.