White interior design in London

As the name implies, this is an amazing tranquil house in London with the sophisticated theme of white color. Every corner of the house starting from the staircase, master bedroom, children’s bed room, living room, and even kitchen bears cool shades of white. Every aspect is well detailed and is simply mesmerizing. The white color comes out more as a hint of different colors has been used for the detailing of things, for instance, the white dining chairs have been complimented with natural wood table and printed colored cushions on white colored sofa set.

Even though you may think it would be boring to have only white in your home, these pictures are the proof that everything is possible with a bit of imagination and the result is far from boring.

 

 

The whiteness of the walls and floors is interrupted from time to time by some colourful details that make the whole project a success: a very well designed and creative pillow with the word LOVE on it written in red letters, random red letters on walls, beautiful pictures with children and made by children everywhere. In fact the house seems to be created for a family with many children or who loves children very much and what other symbol can be better chosen to describe a child if not purity represented by white?



Published by in Interiors, on September 15th, 2010

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