When it comes to carpet flooring, dark brown is an anomaly. While most great carpets are light-colored ones, dark brown is the one and only awesome dark choice. This carpet combines glam and elegant look with a welcoming and inviting vibe, that’s why a lot of homeowners choose this amazing carpet to cover their entire floors.
However, comes with a dark and bold appearance, surely dark brown carpet won’t work well inside any room that lacks natural lighting, as using this carpet in those kinds of rooms not only can make the entire room feel dark and gloomy but also can visually make the room feel smaller.
And that’s why pairing the perfect wall colors are essential for any room with dark brown carpet flooring. The right wall colors not only will complement the dark brown carpet beautifully but can help reduce the negative effects of using these dark carpet flooring.
Thus, for room with dark brown carpet, we highly recommend wall paint colors like pure white, beige, light olive, flax yellow, or dusty blue. These colors complement the richness of dark brown carpet, bring balance to the space, and preventing it from feeling too monochromatic or overly dark. These wall colors also contribute to a serene and calming atmosphere, making the room feel inviting and cozy.
In this post, we will dive deeper into all of those awesome wall paint colors that based on our test, are the best options for any room that uses dark brown floor-to-floor carpet. Here they are :
If your room feels a lot darker after installing the brown carpet flooring, then obviously the best way to restore its brightness is by painting your wall with pure white.
With a very light and bright appearance, the plain white can reflect a lot of lights and spread it across the room, and hopefully, can reduce the bad effects of using the dark carpet.
Additionally, the amazing contrast between the wall and carpet will make the dark brown carpet stand out beautifully, resulting in a more inviting and welcoming ambiance.
For you who want to have flawless connections between the wall and the carpet flooring, then beige is the best option. This paint color had a bit of light brown hue, and this is very essential to keep the brown flows throughout the room.
This combination also works really well to create a beautiful monochromatic style interior. Last but not least, the bright and light appearance of the beige wall can neutralize and lighten up the dark, bold carpet.
Alternatively, you can go with a light tan. Similar to beige, this shade can create a seamless look against the dark brown carpet, but comes in a more neutral appearance as it had plenty of gray undertones.
Furthermore, these neutral looks will open up more spaces for you to add any other colors to your palette, whether it’s other neutral colors or even any bold or vibrant ones.
Green and brown are classic combinations that we often find in nature, and that’s why our eyes will feel relaxed and refreshing when seeing them. However, when it comes to wall paint colors for dark brown carpet, not all green shades are the same.
Some will work well, while some others don’t look really good alongside it. And based on our experiment, light olive is one of the best green shades for this particular job.
Thank’s to its yellow tone, the light olive can blend well with the dark brown carpet, while at the same time still bringing the fresh natural beauty as any typical green shades.
Even though they are quite different, brown and yellow had a similar characteristic, as both colors are strong and had a visually dominant appearance. And that’s the main reason why using both colors in one place often doesn’t work well.
However, if you still want to have the fun and cheerful ambiance of the yellow, you may try using flax yellow. This paint color tends to look softer compared to any other yellow, while still bringing a similar vibe as any typical yellow.
If your dark brown carpet seems too strong, you can neutralize and balance it out by incorporating blue shades into your interior. The cool-toned blue will be mixed beautifully with the warm brown, resulting in a well-balanced ambiance.
To get the best results, choose any blue shades that tend to look neutral and had a slightly gray undertone in them, such as dusty blue, pale blue, or muted blue.
The gray and brown combination is often underestimated and considered outdated, but actually, it isn’t. As you can see in the image above, the modern and elegant gray wall pairs beautifully with the warm and glam dark brown carpet, creating a simple yet stylish appearance.
We love to use this combination when creating a contemporary or modern mid-century decor style.