White and wood: a perfect combination
Few homes don’t have at least one room painted white. That’s because whether it’s pure or lightly tinted, white brings loads of brightness and visually enlarges small rooms. However, overdoing this colour can also give an impression of coldness or even monotony. The solution? Combine white with wooden elements.
A veneer hardwood floor, for example, is a great setting for an off-white love seat. And what could be more inviting than a soft cream duvet on a cherrywood bed? And just imagine how elegant an ivory window dressing would look floating gracefully next to an antique pine dresser.
The final touch for a whiteand-wood decor? Add an accent colour to give some punch to the overall look. If you like keeping up with decor trends, use one or more of the 2016 Pantone colours, such as Rose Quartz or Serenity.