The big it phrase these days is “pop of color,” which, admittedly, can provide incredible interest and drama to a space. But not all rooms require a colorful splash. Instead, the most daring challenge themselves by creating a room full of white.
Chances are a white room was never on your design to-do list but these rooms will certainly change your mind.
This shaker style kitchen has a minimalistic appeal with clean lines, crisp whites and an open flow. Plain English in England uses 18th and 19th century cabinet-making techniques to ensure a classic, long-lasting product. The cabinetry plus the mute colors come together to create a very elegant kitchen space.
White as far as the eye can see with a few dark wood elements make this room feel warm and welcoming. The room is grounded with a fantastic cross section wood floor design. At the center of the space is a dark wood round dinning table flanked by chairs draped in flowing slipcovers. And a bright ornate wood burning fireplace focal point rounds out the room.
With the right combination of white colors, textures and accents a white room can be even more dramatic than its colorful counterparts.