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4 Chic Ways to Incorporate All-White Interiors in Your Home

These spaces are clean, crisp, and almost heavenly
4 Chic Ways to Incorporate All-White Interiors in Your Home These spaces are clean, crisp, and almost heavenly

There's something about all-white interiors that is simply inspiring. Some might say that monochrome spaces are difficult to maintain, but you can't deny that they also evoke a sense of luxury and sophistication that colorful rooms don't have. 

Instead of shying away from one of the most invigorating shades in the color wheel, maybe it's time to start looking at white as a canvas that will allow your decor to go where your creativity might take you.

Check out these photo pegs that may just encourage you to give your home a timeless appeal: 

 (Photo from Decoist

For those who are planning to try the trend in the living area, accessorizing is key to keep it from looking like a photography studio. Adorn your entertainment space with graphic art, succulents, and steel elements for a sleek and neutral aesthetic. 

(Photo from RatedPeople)

All-white decor is also a great option for bedrooms as it looks cool and refreshing, even during the summer. Keep it from falling flat and looking plain by playing around with texture. You can experiment by matching a sheer canopy with a velvet duvet or a fur rug with silk curtains. 

(Photo from Revista Bulevard)

Most tubs, basins, and toilets already come in white, which can work to your advantage—it almost makes you halfway done with redecorating your T&B. To make the look cohesive, complement the basics with white medicine cabinets, towels, and storage bins. You can also add a few wooden pieces to give it a spa-like feel. 

(Photo from meredith)

Nothing says pristine like white countertops and cabinets, so it's no surprise that white is a popular choice for the kitchen. If you're not too keen on dealing with grout on sparkling tiles, you can consider buying matching bottles for your pantry staples and using white dishes to provide a unified look to the room.

Main photos from Decoist

This story originally appeared on Realliving.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Stylebible.ph editors.

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