White color is always ubiquitous in every interior design setting. You can consider it the universal backdrop hue. It is light and reflective, which is why it makes the perfect foreground color for darker tints. It can break the monotony of a solitary color scheme without looking weird or out of place. So today, we’ll be looking at how you can bring out the best in your interior design by using white.
1. All white
When you’re working with an all-white color scheme in your interior design, always make sure that you add diversity in your material palate. An all-white color scheme with different materials on the floor, ceiling and walls is much more likely to seem habitable and visually pleasing then a bland, similar one.
2. Using decorative features
You can create diversity in your white in your white interior design by using small contrasting themes. If you look at this interior design, you’ll notice how the suspended wooden console, the polka dotted cushions and the looking mirror cutouts create a uniquely attractive look that adds to the overall ambience of this interior design.
3. Diversity in textures
White is not simply a flat color – it has many undertones inside of it. You can use various shades and hues of white itself to create an interesting vibe in the interior design. You can even add visual diversity by using textures of various hues. This can ultimately add a cleverly incorporated undertone in the overall design of your space.
4. As a foreground
White color is best used as the backdrop. It creates a buffer between all the other colors that have been used in the interior design. It’s the perfect foreground color when you want to make something stand out. If you look at this image, you’ll notice how the tufted white headboard creates a great contrast for the wooden boards and checkered sheets.
5. Perfect for high contrast
White is also a great hue to create high contrast color schemes. Any color can stand out in acute relief if you pair it with a white counterpart. This walnut hued shelf unit is a great example of how you can carry out stylish high contrast schemes with white color as the other half.