Here’s how you can rock an all-white home interior with style
When you can’t decide on a colour theme, the best bet is to go all white. In fact, this pure colour hits the target because it instantly makes a space look more spacious, luxurious and brighter.
But go too white and a room can look stark, almost clinical. You’ll want to break up the monotony to nail this trend.
Need ideas? Check out these five homes that got it right:
1. Add details to break the clinical look and feel
With walls so white as seen here, you really need little bits of colour and details to break up the monotony. But keep it to a minimum – nothing too colourful or you will lose the all-white effect. Pick soothing colours like blue and green that blend in perfectly.
Interior Designer: DistinctIdentity
Location: Serangoon North Ave 1 (HDB)
Cost of renovation: $110,000
2. Break up the monotony with an art piece
One thing great about white walls? They make perfect backgrounds for unique art pieces. Doing this creates a gallery-like feel to your home, giving it a chic appeal immediately.
Interior Designer: Free Space Intent
Location: Chateau Le Fame (condo)
Cost of renovation: $45,000
3. Add greenery
Sleek lines emphasise the classy feel that an all-white interior has to offer. What makes it even more uplifting is a pop of green – like a potted plant – lends a designer look altogether. Keep the rest of your furniture in the same minimalist style.
Interior Designer: Studio JP
Location: Austville Residences (condo)
Cost of renovation: $80,000
4. Less is more
One may be tempted to add colours and textures to an all-white interior but if you really want the whitewashed look, then stick to it. Break the monotony with subtle hues like grey or marble. For white to really stand out, keep your home clutter-free.
Interior Designer: The Interior Lab
Location: Compassvale Crescent (HDB)
Cost of renovation: $50,000
5. Opt for a clean look
An all-white interior only works when the look is minimalist and sleek. Go for details that are solid, like a plush rug in a dark grey or black island stools that stand out against a white background. Contemporary touches like designer lights and chairs lend a New York-style apartment appeal that will have your guests in awe.
Interior Designer: The Design Abode
Location: Highland Condominium (condo)
Cost of renovation: $50,000
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