Why, yes, I do believe these are colors I gravitate toward - see end table lamp purchased 10+ years ago:
It's good. The beige is a warmer, slightly yellower color than it looked on the chip, but it really works with the green. These colors are in balance.
It's much more neutral than the deep red which had drifted toward purple in its old age, but not boring. Just colors that are more relaxed and soft and neutral. It coordinates with the old tile floor and fireplace. And without the mirror, the room just feels like a room - that somewhat jarring "Is this a cheap lounge in Las Vegas?" element will not be missed.
I'm exhausted and I didn't even raise a brush. I spent half the day contacting movers, and really should save that story for another day. Apparently a lot of douchebag companies don't realize that them Innernets are full of free research about them. I touched base with a couple of apartment complexes, because if my move is now mid-November, we are within the 60 day move-out-notice window. I will stop thinking about "first choice" and "third choice" places, because really, all of the places I liked are in South Asheville, and each has the basics. But if you're thinking positive thoughts, think eat-in kitchen, counter space and a pantry. Otherwise, they all have closets and washer/dryer connections and such. Damn, I would love a pantry.