How To Use Neutral Colors In Interior Design: 2 Examples That Show The Easy, Minimalist Way
Anyone with an interest in design knows that there are an infinite number of ways to decorate the same space. Whereas one family might prefer bright color, soft textures, and lots of indoor plants a young couple may tend towards minimalism and cool, neutral colors. The two homes featured in this post are both in the latter camp. By using largely neutral colors like gray, brown, white, and beige the designs cultivate serenity. There is nothing more soothing than moving from room to room and knowing that each space will be a cool, clean, simple space. Just look below to find out how relaxing these kinds of designs can be.
Carefully chosen accessories like unique teapots can make a big difference in a minimalist design.
Lots of natural light is imperative if you are going to decorate with so many dark colors.
To take the clean lines to the next level, the kitchen features are largely hidden. Dark gray walls slide open to reveal the sink and countertop while the oven stays exposed. The result of this unique design is kitchen clutter than can be completely hidden from view whenever the homeowner likes.
Even such beautiful kitchenwares as natural wood cutting boards can look messy when left out. But not in this kitchen.