Have you ever come home from a long day at work, sweating in the sweltering summer heat, anticipating to enjoying the cozy luxury of your homes only to be bamboozled by sharp colors and bold, warm hued materials? Well, this is because such design elements are not summer-friendly. This is why various shades of white have become a cool feature of summer renovations and we’re here to tell you why! Let’s take a look:
1. A cool aura
The best part about opting for all-white interiors in summers is because they have an extremely ‘cool’ effect on the psyche. The moment you enter your homes after a long day out, you’ll instantly feel relaxed and refreshed. The whites will sooth your minds after experiencing the blistering Singaporean summer heat and that’s the best reason to opt for this aesthetic!
2. The popping contrasts
White is the Big Daddy of all neutral colors, which is why you can use it to introduce fun contrast in your homes. While a culmination of red, hot pinks and blues might not have particularly stood out in a regular old interior design, you’ll definitely notice it popping with the help of the cool white backdrop. However, don’t forget to use it in moderation!
3. Austerity all the way
White interior designs have an inherently austere outlook. No matter what type of white material you dress up your homes in, you’ll always notice that they look extremely chic and sophisticated in an effortless sort of way. If sleek, beautiful aesthetics are what attract you the most, then you must definitely opt for whites this season!
4. Diverse visual surfaces
Did you know that even with white, you have several different hues you can work with? You can go for ivory, frost white, bone white, and many more. You can easily create a combination of all these colors to introduce a well-rounded visual diversity in your home interiors. So if you’ve been worrying that all-white might look too monotonous, here’s your easy solution!
5. A minimal vibe
The best part about white interior designs is that they feature a minimal aesthetic. Sleek white surfaces used in a smooth, unadorned pattern can help you achieve that stark, minimalistic beauty that designers and homeowners around the world have been falling in love with these days!