Rosewood is a natural-looking color that speaks of wide-open desert spaces. It just misses being a neutral because of its reddish cast, but that is toned down to make this hue an almost-brown—brown with an attitude. It pairs beautifully with taupe and the very lightest of pinks, both of which speak to the warmth in this color. This hue adds a warm, traditional look to interiors. Pair it with navy for a country manor look. Paint one wall in this hue for an attractive, striking accent to navy furnitures, especially in living rooms. Rosewood also is a lovely color for upholstery fabrics, especially luxe finishes such as velvet. It gives rooms a rich look. It speaks of time-honored solidity and dependability. However, this versatile color also invokes deserts and open spaces under a wide sky. To get this effect, combine this hue with teal and turquoise blue along with peach, cream, and warm pinks. Add a chair in this shade, for example, accented with teal and cream pillows. Artwork with pink and peach deepen the effect without looking busy. Rosewood’s rich depth makes it a favorite for autumn in the fashion world. Purses, shawls, and hats this color give fall outfits an opulent feel. Pair this hue with black and terra cotta shades for a natural yet sophisticated look that works well for both men and women.