Something about a white bedroom is so ethereal and inviting. Perhaps its the color that makes you feel like you’re sleeping in the clouds. White creates a light and airy element that’s perfect for summer sleeping.
Shades of white, from creamy to light tan or gray, create visual layers in a room and keep it from looking boring and uninteresting.
White doesn’t have to be relegated to shabby chic style. It looks fresh and clean in a more contemporary setting.
The color white can easily be applied to farmhouse style. You’ve seen plenty of black and white used by Joanna Gaines of Fixer Upper. This white bedroom looks timeless and classic.
Add interest to a monochromatic bedroom with architectural touches like the ceiling beams seen here.
A boho chic bedroom looks inviting with an amazing bedspread with plenty of texture in light tan and cream.
A white bedroom feels cool and calm in the summer months. Create interest by mixing both metallic and linen type fabrics on the bed.
Wood always pairs well with white, whether the wood is dark and rich, or light and natural like driftwood.
Maybe you’re not ready to paint your bedroom walls, but you can always layer your bed with light, white bedding options. I’m loving the sculpted rug in this white bedroom.
What do you think of a white bedroom? Is it peaceful and serene, or do you find it boring and sterile?