Today’s Modernists have embraced decorating with white; they love the clean, almost sterile look of an all white landscape. In fact, researching examples of white homes will yield numerous examples categorized as “Scandinavian,” to emphasize the cold, almost bare, look and feel to the space.
But there is a way to decorate with Winter White that’s neither cold nor bare. In fact, utilizing Winter Whites in your home décor can add significant warmth to any room in your home.
The following are a couple of examples of how to decorate using Winter Whites to create a warm, serene space. We’ve also included some of our favorite products and pieces in Winter White that should serve as inspiration, especially if you’re hesitant about decorating with that color.
We love this Winter White paint by Benjamin Moore, and how this room combined white elements with more rustic pieces, from the cast iron chandelier to the natural oak furnishings.
Mix and match Winter White pieces throughout your room; we love the look of this gold-fringed vintage couch and the antique clock.
Incorporate Winter White elements throughout each room, like the shelf full of knick-knacks and vases, and add just a hint of color. We love the subtle yellow in the white canvas, and the pop of pink flowers.
We love this modern room, and how the brick wall adds warmth to what could have been a stark decor.
Winter White furnishings, like this shabby chic vintage style chair, are statement pieces that really liven up a room!
Finally, another place to add texture and softness to your Winter White room, is with your carpet selection. We recommend our Primitive Shelter Nylon carpet in White Python, featuring a unique pattern to add warmth and texture to any Winter White room.
What do you think about decorating with Winter White? Let us know in the comments section!