Bright, clean, fresh, delicate, basic.
Despite the prevailing opinion, white does not make the room minimalistic. By using different variations of white, this bedroom has become very cozy.
Any fashion stylist will be happy to reveal to you one of the secrets to masterful use of one single shade in one single design - coatings make all the difference. This rule also applies to interiors. Glossy and matte surfaces, straight and curved lines, materials ranging from sparkling and hard to matte and soft - these opposites enliven a room, even if there is only one shade.
White leaves plenty of room for improvisation. When you walk into a completely white, cream room, you know that you can experiment a lot. Realize all your creative ideas, play with soft shades. After all, the result of even the most daring work will still be perceived as a white wall.
White and wood
White can serve not only as a "blank sheet", with which all work begins, or as a color used separately from everything else - it is a wonderful background, and also looks wonderful in tandem with wood. Wooden frames for photographs or paintings, a writing table or a small chest of drawers are perceived perfectly against a white wall. All the depth of the white color will be reflected in the wood, making the material even more beautiful.
Isn't that interesting? In contrast to white, neutral tones become even more neutral, especially those that can easily be mistaken for white. For example, light gray or cream. If you mix white with a few cool or warm neutral colors, you can get a serious, "grown-up" interior with a peaceful atmosphere.
Cause and investigation
The use of white and black needs to be well planned. What will be the task of this combination? In the picture on the left, the ceiling appears to be even higher than it actually is, and on the right, white and black have created the perfect route sign. There is only one way, and it leads up!
White and other colors
Do you think that bright, saturated, flashy colors will upset the balance and create the wrong mood? Think again! Consider using them together, but little by little, like the room in the pictures on the left and right: mustard yellow cabinet, emerald wall, mint green cladding, purple carpet, and blue staircase. It is white that prevents each of these colors from dominating.
text provided by Dulux