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On the same floor is a private den embellished with patterns, textures and earthy hues. “This room is a hangout and unwinding zone, with a divan-style bed and quirky wall art,” says Gupta. Artworks: Peacock Life and Chor BazaarTake a look at these plush dens
Pros:Safe betYou can’t really go wrong with neutrals, so you can take heart in knowing that whatever palette you’ve picked is likely to sit well on your walls. Decor flexibilityNeutrals can give you free reign over the look of your room, leaving you the option of updating your aesthetic over time and swapping out accents, fixtures and furniture within the same shell. VersatilityA light wall can be a blank slate for decor experimentation and can do equally well to highlight furniture, or blend in with it.