For clients whose lives are inundated with loud colors and language that scream “Look at me! Now!” all day long, there is good news. White is the new “it” color. No, we are not kidding. How wonderfully refreshing is this trend? We know. We’re excited about white, too. The power in shutting off that tablet and gazing upon beautiful white décor sounds too tempting to ignore. Can it be that white has come to calm our chaos? Flip through the next few slides to see just how inspiring white can be for you, and your clients.
The bathroom is the one place in a home where your clients can tune the world out and just be. Here white tile, tub and vanity form a beautiful and crisp trio that is framed by a ceiling and baseboards of a similar hue. This is one bath that will help keep the calm so your client can carry on.
Bright whites accentuate the earthy appeal of rustic hand-hewn beams and wood flooring. Pops of chrome from appliances, barstools and the oh-so-chic industrial-style faucet tie a bow on this café-inspired kitchen.
White cabinetry and details keep visual clutter at bay in this lakeside kitchen. The neutral hue gives the space a clean, modern look that warms in the reflection of the Champagne Bronze™ faucets.
A white palette makes a marvelous canvas for minimalist clients. Here a whimsical burst of wall art juxtaposes crisp lines of the vanity and chrome faucets. It’s a brilliant play on color and contrasts.
Clients who are mad for mod would delight in this white kitchen. And of course marble walls are the perfect nouveau choice to further brighten the space. Sparse use of darker design elements such as the oil-rubbed bronze faucet and wooden cabinetry work well to accentuate the airy vibe.
White hues hug nature in this urban abode. Vitamin D is plentiful as light effortlessly streams through windows and bounces off a contemporary wood floor. The lush green plant is the perfect touch to bring this heavenly loft back to earth.
Black accents outline a bright and breezy white room, adding an appealing depth that just begs guests to sink in and stay awhile. Don’t mind if we do.