White walls are foundations that go with most interior design styles and give you a blank canvas that can be filled with anything you want. But plain white walls look pretty boring and don’t add character or tone to the room. Avoid using some cool structural materials in white – brick, stone, wood, and others. Check out the ideas we’ve gathered below!
Bricks are now very popular for home decor. They fit easily into any room, from rustic or industrial to glamorous. A white brick wall is a great way to add texture and interest to any room. If you want a rougher look, choose shabby whitewashed bricks.
Whitewashed wood is a popular idea for coastal, beach, vintage, shabby chic, and rustic interiors. Rock some whitewashed wood walls as a statement or do it all whitewashed, it’s in your place. You can give the wood a neater look by painting the wood white, not just whitewash. Such an idea works well for a rustic room.
Cladding is a hot trend in decor. Not only are they used in sophisticated vintage spaces, but also in modern, minimalist, glamorous and contemporary interiors. The stronger the contrast between shape and decor, the cooler the result. Apply some molding to your walls or keep the existing molding and give it a sophisticated feel. For more shape ideas, visit our paneling summary.
You can spice up your bathroom or kitchen with cool white tiles of various shapes and appearances. These can be long and narrow tiles, trendy subway tiles, hexagon tiles, and many other white tiles that you like. If you take simple tiles, they can be covered with a very noticeable pattern. Highlight your tiles with contrasting grout, black, red, or even pink and you have a very cool bathroom or kitchen space. Enjoy!
Boho chic is all the rage right now and this is a lifestyle. This not only means that you live free-spirited, but also dress like that and incorporate such vibrations into your home decor as well. Creating a boho space around you isn't as difficult or tricky as it may seem. It's easy, and today we're going to look at boho kitchens and ways to style them.
Boho rooms are usually super bold, bright, and cheerful - they can be filled with all kinds of colors, from pink and red to green and blue, and you can rock them in any proportions. Another idea is to give preference to warm and neutral color schemes with tan, terracotta, rust, and other such shades. Neutral rooms are also welcome if you love very light shades and whites, go for them, or add drama with black accents and create a trendy monochromatic boho room.
Boho style is all about catchy accessories, touches and textures. First, take a look at textiles and bedding - it can be boho, folk or tribal and traditional Persian rugs in various shades or Moroccan wedding blankets, as rugs are exactly what you need. Brightly printed curtains, towels, tablecloths, napkins and other items add to your space and can be easily replaced when you get tired of it. In addition, textiles and macrame hangings as well as crochet rugs can be made by yourself, which means that you do not have to spend a lot of money on decor. The last one is green - you need potted plants, cacti, and succulents to make your space feel more like the outdoors. You can also add some details of other styles that you want to mix up or some pointers on the location if it is a tropical, coastal, farmhouse or beach boho kitchen, for example. Get inspired!