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Consider white walls your easel. Art assumes greater prominence when placed in a white interior. Gallery owners have long displayed artwork against white walls for maximum effect. (Coastal Living)
A white-washed, neutral room doesn’t mean you have to give up all color. While the style is about keeping things simple and clean, sprinkling in a few pops of color can finish off the space and give a white room a stunning effect. (The Spruce)
Let’s start at the beginning: all-white walls and homes are not a new thing. Throughout histories and across many continents this look has been celebrated and prized. As with most design trends, things are cyclical and memories are often short. (Design Sponge)
Because we’re all so used to “perfect” interiors being shared online in every possible place now, we often expect all people to live the same way – as if we’re all preparing for a huge photo shoot at all times with our rooms “finished” down to the last detail. But most of us aren’t living like that. A lot of us are in transition, moving to a new city, embracing being somewhat nomadic or just not knowing what pieces around the house we want – or are ready – to invest in. Often times that stage comes with embracing what’s already there in our homes – which is typically white walls and bare floors. We might add to that and make the best of what we already bring with us, and for a lot of us, that’s more than enough. (Design Sponge)