Suffering From Gray Fatigue?

We all could use a new go-to color. Consider the trend toward warmer neutrals this season—tan, sand, caramel, beige, taupe and other rich brown hues—that have been experiencing a comeback on the runway and in furniture, fabrics and more.

Textural Mix

The antique-inspired Emmett rug from Loloi achieves a modern look through variegated yarns and contrasting high/low texture. Shown in a sand colorway and crafted of wool and viscose from bamboo. 6 by 9 feet, $2,039; 8 by 10 feet, $3,289. Zaksons Fine Furniture & Interior Design in Brick, New Jersey, or

Minimal & Modern (& Comfortable)

Massoud’s new 2341 sofa features a modern and minimalist design with graceful half-moon arms and delicately shaped chrome legs. Upholstered in Milford Earth, a soft chunky tweed in a mix of gray, camel and beige yarns. $3,499. I&I Designs in Manalapan, New Jersey; Mendham Interiors in Mendham, New Jersey; or

Get Your Walls Covered

Mekong Stripe wallpaper from Thibaut’s new Tropics Collection looks chic and modern in a taupe and charcoal colorway. $98 per single roll. Elephant in the Room Design LLC in Princeton, New Jersey; M. Silberstein Interior Designs in Shrewsbury, New Jersey; Schwartz Design Showroom in Metuchen, New Jersey (to the trade); or

An ash-veneered case in dark taupe frames Carol Benson-Cobb’s Dune across the six drawers and two doors of John-Richard’s aptly named Dune Credenza. Each door and drawer features push-latch mechanisms. The two metal legs are in a matching dark taupe finish. $5,637. Dune artwork in Madison Floater Frame, $3,450.