White is always a trend, a timeless color that will never go out of style and that lends itself ductile to being the protagonist of any style of decoration, from the most classic to the most modern and minimalist airs. Betting on it as the main color in the decoration of the queen’s room of the house, the living room – starting with the walls and ceiling, even the floor, and the main pieces of furniture – will undoubtedly bring luminosity and freshness to the living area, favoring a feeling of spaciousness and generating a warm and serene white living room environment. Here are 13 inspiring ideas to decorate your living room in white color.
COMBINE WHITE WITH INTENSE COLORS
To counteract the feeling of coldness and impersonality that total white can sometimes generate, introduce a single decorative piece in color, such as a painting in strong tones, which contrast with the predominance of white. A sophisticated proposal with personality. Alacra Room Interior design with auxiliary tables, Nuvola model, designed by Piero Lissoni for the firm Porro; Minotti sofa and painting by artist Peter Halley.
With the windows to a garden that this house has, green seeps into the interiors, dressed in light tones marked by the white sofa and the Berber-style carpet. The wicker and black-stained wood armchairs provide just the right point of contrast.
A TOUCH OF SURPRISE
In this case, the orange armchair, in tune with the cushions that enliven the sofa with its white canvas cover. And, everything else, with pristine clarity as a flag: the carpet, the coffee table, the sideboard. It is an Ikea environment.
SO NATURAL AND FRESH
This atmosphere, by Kave Home, pays homage to the Mediterranean style. Everything breathes naturalness and charm, with the very typical work furniture in the Ibizan look, combined with the mats and cushions in the white natural fabric that make up the sofas. The rest, light wood and natural fibers. Perfect!
A BLANK PIECE AS A PERFECT NEUTRAL BASE
White fits perfectly with any trend, material, and texture. A white sofa as a central and neutral element of the living room is ideal and if we choose wood for the rest of the furniture, the result will be very warm. Nordic style living room, by Três Studio.
COLOR ON THE WALLS OF A WHITE LIVING ROOM
White is a color that can be used in any style of decoration: classic, modern, minimalist, etc. Combine pieces of different styles and use shades of another color for the coverings. In this case, the wall that separates the living area from the staircase was covered with a patterned paper, from the Romo firm. Plastic Side Chair, by Vitra.
BRIGHTNESS IN THE LIVING ROOM
White will allow you to make the most of the space and will guarantee you soft environments full of freshness, simplicity, and elegance.
WHITE TRANSMITS AMPLITUDE AND CLEANLINESS
If your living room has a reduced size, bet on white for all the furniture: it provides a greater feeling of spaciousness and light.
DIFFERENT RANGES OF WHITE FOR THE SALON
There are different shades of white: off-white, off-white, cream, etc. Opt for one of these shades in some pieces of the living room; off-white, for example, conveys more warmth and is easier to combine with other colors, furniture, or objects. Living room in full of Maisons du Monde.
WHITE IS IDEAL FOR OPEN SPACES
White is a good option to separate open spaces that integrate various environments, such as this living room, dining room, and kitchen.
WHITE FURNITURE THAT PROVIDES BRIGHTNESS
Modular white furniture adds a touch of modernity to the living room thanks to the matt lacquered finish elegantly combined with oak veneer details. QU Collection, for sale on Portobello Street.
AN ENVIRONMENT OF SERENITY THANKS TO WHITE
Being a relaxing and calm color, decorating the living room in white is a highly recommended option for restless people who seek a sense of order and balance around them. Hall of Maisons du Monde.
THE VERSATILITY OF THE WHITE COLOR
The Bauhaus collection, with a refined aesthetic, allows to perfectly combine modern design and the most avant-garde trend, with the touch of distinction and originality that characterized the aesthetics of the artistic movement of the same name at the time.