Imagine a world without a colour. Black and white movies will forever be a classic past time but the truth is without a world of colour all of our lives would be truly dull.
Colour plays such an important role when it comes to style and of course no two person’s style choices will be the same. People often tend to rule out “whites” as a colour so we’re here to redefine your idea of them and the role they play in your home.
The real benefit of colour is that it opens us up to a world of possibility. There are almost limitless options when it comes to colour combinations. It’s simply up to you to choose which colours best define your character or personality.
Whites tend to take the back foot when it comes to decorating in the home. They’re simply used as a colour to tie everything in or the go to paint when you can’t think of any other colours to choose from. We take a different approach to whites and so should you.
Most people make the argument that white is boring and has no versatility to it’s range of colour. In actual fact there are so many shades and hues of whites and no two are the same. The slight and unique undertone of colour allows for a careful yet collected and sleek design that you sometimes just cannot achieve when you choose to go bright.
When it comes to exploring whites in your home it’s important to pay attention to each of the different hues and how they’ll compliment your already existing colour scheme. You don’t want the colours jarring with each other.
Though whites may not pack as much of an impact as vivid colours they are still incredibly powerful. They have the power to give the illusion of more space in your home. Whether you choose to incorporate whites into your home through the help of window shutters or merely by painting your walls you’ll be left with a feeling of grandeur for a fraction of the cost of paying for an extension.