Published by Roxane Wesley, Sep 20, 2016
All-white rooms always are favorites amongst American homeowners for some reasons, and one of them are the room filled with white furniture and painted in white feel more comfortable, light and welcoming as white is the most refreshing color on the spectrum. It can evoke purity, cleanliness, but also confidence and sophistication, and the effect even feels more powerful when applied on bedrooms.
You can actually make a white, heavenly sanctuary by complementing your modern bedroom with white furnitures. According to experts, the serene feelings from white furniture in the bedroom can help you relax and relieve from a stressful day. But before making your bedroom “all-white,” here are some advice from the top designers:
1) To create a modern look, you can combine white with some metals
If you have a pair of keen eyes, you probably have known that interior trends revolve around neutral colors such as white, brown, black and gray with classic metal color combinations. You can actually pair your white bedroom furnitures with stainless steel, brass, copper and gold to create a warm and inviting shelter. Try to add some black metal photo frames on the wall behind your white accent club chairs in the bedroom, or maybe a brass lighting fixture. The light reflected from those metals goes in harmony with the crispness of white furnitures.
2) Don’t be afraid to add some white upholsteries
Some homeowners are afraid to add white upholstery because they thought that white bedroom furnitures are harder to keep clean, and will show dirt easily. Okay, it’s might be true, depending on the type of fabric you use. But you can actually have white upholstery in the bedroom as long as you use faux leather or faux suedes, or maybe khaki and white denims for the pillows and slipcovers.
3) Choose your best shade of white
White is always seem... well, white. But maybe it’s hard to believe that there are in fact hundreds of shades of white, and they don’t like beige at all! Remember that every color in the spectrum has a white version of it, such as pinks, yellows, greens, blues and purples, they have faint hints of color in a variety of whites. Isn’t that wonderful that you actually have a broad choice of white colors for your cabinets and bed frame, tables, chairs and sofas, as well as pillows and curtains.