Neutral rooms when well designed are never boring. And how do you define a well designed neutral room? It’s not about only what you see, but actually, how you feel about the room.
Every room in each house has a feeling and every feeling comes from its decor and that’s why sometimes we enter spaces that somehow makes us feel reenergized, happy and some other rooms can make us feel uncomfortable, unease. Every color, texture and pattern applied to each space we see and live at communicates with us and can affect our mood. Choosing these elements carefully, according to your senses can make of your house a great place to be or a place you simply can’t stand living at.
Whenever I have a new client I try to really get to know them. I want to feel their energy, their expectations and not only how they live in that space, but how they want to live in it. My job is to develop a plan to make them feel completely comfortable and happy with the elements encountered in their homes, but most importantly, I want them to finally feel at home, at the place they work hard to have and deserve to feel it belongs to them.
Neutral rooms often has something peaceful about them. Usually because the colors chosen works cohesively with each other, bringing harmony and balance into the space.
The room we’ll see today are all very calming and inspirational. I believe that even people that are fans of vibrant colors can enjoy these rooms because they feel complete and lined. There’s nothing cold about these designs and I hope you enjoy them.
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Warm & White
A white kitchen feels warmer when combined with natural elements such as the wooden floors and beams. The lights above the island are hand made. Designed by: Cornerstone Architects.
Nothing becomes boring with dramatic architecture. Designed by: Benvenuti and Stein.
Everything was completely well selected in this kitchen. Countertops are marble statuario. Designed by: Shirley Meisels.
The slippered white couch add a coastal feeling to this family room. Designed by: Arcanum Architecture.
It’s not often you see a dreamy mudroom like this one. Designed by: Anthony James Construction.
Upholstered furniture is another way to add interest to a neutral room. Designed by Schranghamer Design Group.
This is a fantastic idea for an apartment living room. You don’t need to compromise on style when you have a small space. Photo: Alex Amend.
Finally a kitchen we don’t need to break the bank to have it! Designed by Heather Garret Design.
One of the best feeling you can create in your bedroom is serenity and you only achieve that with subtle colors. Designed by: Echelon Custom Homes.
I think armoires are one of the best solutions for a tailored space. Designed By Tiffany Eastman Interiors.
Stunning tiles! Designed by: Cornerstone Architects.
The color blocking of alcove makes the room appear longer, while crown moulding makes the ceiling appear higher. Glass doors on shower add visual width, as well. Designed by: Niki Papadopoulos.
Classic. Designed by: Knowles PS.
I love seeing creative spaces! This idea of having a vanity/linen closet combined can be used in a traditional or contemporary space. Designed by: John Senhauser Architects.
You can’t help but feel the zen vibe this bathroom carries. Designed by: Moon Bros Inc.
Sea inspired decor. Designed by: Summerour Architects.
Elegantly neutral. Designed by: Lauren Ostrow Interior Designer, Inc.
Classic and elegant. Designed By: Sutton Suzuki Architects.
Trends come and go, but a traditional room like this will always look beautiful. Designer: Linda McDougald Design.
Sometimes all we need is a bedroom with a view. Designer: J. Grant Studio.
Better than any public theatre. Designed by Jennifer Bevan Interiors.
Practical and beautiful. Designed by: Warren Home Restorations.
Dreamy, delicate and timeless. Designed by: McCroskey Interiors.
Images via: Houzz
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