This London House designed by the British interiors firm Studio MacLean is about to change your mind if you are not a fan of the monochromatic design.
Swipe up and find out how an all-white space can be clean yet snug!
Welcome to this restored house, which exudes a striking monochromatic and simplistic vibe!
The Camberwell-based studio designed the refurbishment of the west London property, betting on timeless finishes.
Studio MacLean decided to overhaul the entire home with a monochrome palette! All the existing window frames, ceiling beams, doors and walls were repainted in soothing shades of white.
From floor to ceiling we are presented with a soft color scheme, which contrasts beautifully with an expected black!
Lurk at those transcendent wall lamps! The best monochrome light fixtures to take you to the master living room!
This open place is offset by a series of understated elements! Is it a risk? No… It is certainly a well-thought and inspiring interior design!
“I Put a Spell on You” Like Nina Simone’s genius capacity to mesmerize us with her music, DelightFULL took a design classic and reinterpreted it into a fresh wall ﬁxture with a strong attention to detail.
Feel invited to visit the next room! Upon entering the kitchen, we will face cheery wood cabinets with white marble tops and custom-made marble sinks!
The choice of this natural stone adds timeless elegance and opulence to the minimalistic kitchen! Not to mention the captivating disposal of the four lamps!
It’s time to ride up to the first floor and find out more monochromatic designs.
Note the black staircase, which plays against with the white fireplace. This place remains a mystery, isn’t it?
Here we’ve a bathroom in which geometric shapes make all the difference. Delineated meticulously, all finishes fit perfectly in such exquisite bathroom.
Take also a look at the combo of the wall mosaic with the floor design! A brilliant work that adds texture to the ambiance.
And here we come to one of the most quirky rooms of the whole London House! With a simple daybed custom-made from plywood on the lower level and a small study desk upstairs!
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“The family wanted the house to have a clean, simple style that would remain timeless as they intend to live in the property for many years,” studio founder Jason MacLean told Dezeen.
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If you are trying to get a soft color palette to use in your home decor why not to use pastel colors? Pastel colors have gradually been making a comeback after falling out favor in recent decades. Pink, mauve and baby blue are some of the best options. Instead of going over the top with them, designers are incorporating subtle accents throughout the spaces they’re designing, adding pastel color without it being too sticky sweet. In our gallery you will find some home design ideas using pastel colors. Start now changing your home spaces with this beautiful pastel interior ideas. You won’t regret!
See more inspiring pastel ambiences for your home in the rest of the gallery.
Not everyone has a kitchen with so much space where we can do a lot more besides cooking.If you are one of the people who has to deal with a small kitchen… Read on. Home Design Ideas found some tips to improve your small kitchen. Besides that you will find here some kitchens chosen by House Beautiful has the “Best Kitchens of the year”
How can you make your kitchen feel a little bit more spacious? Well… These are some tips.
If you have a kitchen with a splash of colors you better think again. Try to have a more uniform color palette. That way the space will look more dynamic and spacious. Try to match the seating with the wall color.
This doesn’t mean that you must have everything in the same color in your kitchen. Display colorful towels and hook them in plain view. It will create an interesting spot in your kitchen.
If you remove your cabinet doors you’ll end up with a fresh looking space but just showing the dishes isn’t good enough. Buy some colorful baskets and glass storage containers. It’s different and everything will be displayed nicely.
Another great idea is to maximize the vertical space. In small rooms there isn’t much storage options so you have to deal with what you’ve got. You can use a metal shelving and a magnetic board where you can clip recipes, some pictures, and so on small kitchen.
Light can do magic and give to any room a different aspect. If your kitchen has a big window let the sunshine in. I promise that will make a very very big difference. The space will appear larger and better looking.
If you have a kitchen with a small window get creative with artificial light. Under the cabinet or the counter lighting can make subtle differences. When used properly lights can have a big impact on your kitchen.
Now that you’ve got some tips, you can take a little bit of inspiration with the House Beautiful’s selection of the best kitchens of this year.
Here you can find some designs but Home Design Ideas will give you the link to check all of the pictures.
White kitchen designed by Louise Brooks. It’s a sophisticated design in New York.
Christopher Peacock’s dark and inviting kitchen in the Kips Bay Showhouse.
If you want to see the House Beautiful’s top 10 2013 best kitchens click here.
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