The Beauty And Simplicity Of The White-Wood-Grey-Green Color Palette
Wood and plenty of plants just seem to feed the soul with calming vibes. The human body simply knows that it is supposed to be out within nature–whether you’re a happy camper or not! There’s no need to worry though, you don’t have to go braving it outside with all of the bugs and the bears to enjoy the benefits of natural surroundings, as these five white, wood, grey and green colour palette interiors so beautifully show. Natural timber elements, indoor plants and peaceful backdrops are all that’s needed in which to refresh and recuperate in the comfort of your very own home.
We travel first to an apartment in Warsaw, Poland. This home has a wonderfully peaceful and relaxed appeal, with simplistic furniture and natural vibes. A custom built sofa has been designed to incorporate storage drawers inside of its base, and a nook for books or magazines at one end.
The coffee table and media cabinet are built with matching timber, and the same wood is used as panelling on the wall around a set of balcony doors. An indoor hammock swings just inside the doors, where the homeowner can kick back and gaze upon the green view.
Indoor plants bring the garden inside of the home. An array of plant species tumble over the edge of a shelf high above the media cabinet, where it caps off a textured wall panel.
A projector screen drops down over the gypsum panel, negating the need for a cumbersome TV that might skew the calming, natural atmosphere of the home. The lamp is the JWDA table lamp by Menu.
A bespoke wooden floor bed is built into the full width of the bedroom. Closets are raised up onto the platform at one side, whilst wooden shutters open on the other. A white swing arm wall lamp and a pendant light brighten either bed side. See more bedroom pendant lights here.
A throw on the sofa ties in with the colour of the accent chair. The colour tones perfectly with a timber hearth under the TV, and a nearby wooden dining table. A black swing arm wall lamp pulls together with the lounge coffee tables.
The dining table is positioned directly up against a white kitchen peninsula.
Tall wooden units back the kitchen and minimalist dining room, raising the colour temperature of a predominantly white space.
A wood countertop crosses the kitchen peninsula, which is high backed to screen kitchen messes from the rest of the crisp, clean living room.