WHITE ON WHITE

Spring signals new a new season, new life! Fresh sprigs and shoots abound with a sense of renewed hope in the air. Echo this in your home with a crisp colour palette – white on white – and enjoy its clarifying and soul-soothing effects. While a monochrome application to interiors requires a considered approach, its benefits far outweigh the effort.

 

Grace Alyssa Shaggy Fur Throw

Pintuck Microfibre Duvet Cover

Element Side Table

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Madison One Seater Linen Sofa

White Sofa Side Table

Cream Louis Mirror

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Start with the shell of the space you’d like to transform: the walls. Painting your walls white will immediately open the room and create a feeling of expanse. Match the so-called fifth wall, the ceiling, with the same shade for a heightening effect and cohesive feel.

Rather than creating contrast and depth with colour – textures and finishes achieve this. Look for interesting detailing in furniture and décor pieces alike: tufting on fabric upholstered sofas, pintuck bedding and jacquard pillows.

An all-white space is not only reserved for minimalists, but for those who prefer a more romantic look too! Layers of white bedding, finished with a faux fur throw keep the look clean – but cosy. A jute rug and house plants add further dimension, without upsetting the calm of a monochrome palette. As do metallic accents, which work well to quietly complement neutral shades.

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