White is a neutral shade that allows a lot of room for playing around with the look of a space.
White is a also a good selection for doing an interior on a budget. A white space can be inexpensively decorated, as it is easy to work in items you already own or to bring in thrift shop or garage sale finds.
Plain white can appear bland or even seem sterile, but if it is done right, white can be crisp and elegant.
Many different interior styles can easily be worked around a white room, whether that is adding more whites into the mix or placing accent colors in the room. Layered textures and white on white is an instant way to brighten up a room, and so is painting the floors all white.
The sea foam green furniture pieces and decorative items add character and depth to this otherwise one dimensional look.
White effortlessly creates a clean, classic look in a space. This room incorporates discounted objects throughout, but doesn’t look like an economy style. Painting all items in an area white can make hand me downs and mismatched pieces coordinate, like with this wicker chair and other furniture.
Outdoor finds like branches and woodwork placed in a space adds a simple and natural feel. Reused and repurposed items like the wooden pallet bed frame and different chairs blend into this space, lending to a comfortable and fresh appearance. The high ceiling and paneling painted white also adds to the roomy feel.
Tents and tones with wicker and light wood accents create a modern but relaxed quality.
Accent walls or wall surfaces painted half in a hue and half white can visually carry the eye up, updating the space and making the room feel larger.
Opting for white also makes it easy to change around items when the notion strikes.
White rooms don’t have to be stark, and budget designs don’t have to be boring.
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