White Minimalist Spaces That Will Make You Forget All About Color
In design, white is often seen as the epitome of modernity, class, and sleekness. The crisp color — or lack thereof — evokes a sense of cleanliness and style that we often see splashed within high style magazines and homes. And if you’ve spent anytime at a paint store, we’re sure you’ve realized there’s quite a spectrum for such a non-color. There’s everything from warm whites like eggshell and cottage white, to cooler whites like wedding veil and Japanese paper. And while we do associate the color white with expensive things, achieving the same look yourself can cost you a dime. So take a tour through these incredible white spaces and drool, get inspired, and find ways to incorporate that same look into your own home.
This incredibly modern space is flushed with white walls, cabinets, marble, flooring, and lights. At the center of it all is this oversized couch that despite it’s clean lines looks overstuffed and super comfortable. The couch grounds the space so you don’t get lost in that sea of white.
Having a feature wall, or even a feature piece of art that really contrasts all the white in a space helps it feel less stark. This massive fireplace made of dark wood is the perfect pop for the white — and the cool undertones compliment the rest of the space wonderfully.
The striking feature of this fireplace and tv built in is the wood storage built right into it. The look is something you might expect of a more rustic space, but it’s perfectly integrated into this modern room — and the wood adds a much needed organic feel.
Wouldn’t you love to wake up in this bed? This stunning frame keeps the mattress close to the ground and is nearly seamless with the sleek floors. Plus, take a look at the storage all the way on the left. It’s the perfect place to leave your coffee and newspaper in the mornings as you ease into the day.
This dining set is a great match for this space. The wooden bases of the chairs mirror the organic feel we get in that stunning marble, and the gray adds some dimension.
We imagine cooking in this super sleek kitchen is like being a supermodel with some serious chef skills. The insane marble isn’t just featured on the countertops, but cascades down the entire island. The natural veins move your eye through the space effortlessly, and distracts you from the rest of the hash stark lines in the space.
Talk about taking a soak! This gigantic tub is stunning in itself, but it’s contrast against the dark, almost black, tiles and that green feature wall really showcase it’s lines and beauty. Opposites attract!
Welcome to this white-wonderland of texture. A great way to bring that clean feel to your space, but not loose any dimension is to mix and match textures. These white draped walls are a great example of that.
This massive black couch really takes center stage. Not only can it fit a dozen people, but it also grounds the sea of white around it.
Bringing house plants into your white space is a great way to make it feel less stark. The greens give the room life, and you can even go so far as to add a splash of color with the planters. Here they’ve gone for a metallic gold — how luxurious!
Here you can better see these crazy-chic planters. As if their color wasn’t enough fun, their distorted shapes also bring a sense of whimsy to the space.
From this angle you can really see the lighting they’ve used to illuminate this space. As if the white wasn’t bright enough, the pot lights and lights around the top trim of the room shine down on that crisp white. This is a great way to further illuminate a white space to make it feel bigger.
The kitchen island here is a great addition to the room. It takes advantage of that large structural pillar by extending the table on both sides. One gives you a place to store stuff in the living room and the other is a great eating space. Great idea for anyone with one of those large, ugly pillars in the middle of their room that they don’t know what to do with.
White on white, but anything from boring. Check out that stone wall, it really keeps your eye moving through the entire space by taking up an entire wall.
This space isn’t really that big, but the crisp white makes it feel much bigger than it already is.
Everyone goes for stainless these days — but it’s not always the best option for your space. The choice of a black oven and matching sink looks great in this space, and really contrasts nicely against the white counters surrounding.
Look at that natural light! Lovely natural light is the best way to brighten up your space.
This bed is unique, and equally comfy looking! The fabric surround gives it a relaxed feel, while the cool color pallet plays on that luxurious feel.
Don’t underestimate the power of the side table. This floating table is absolutely dreamy with that floating lamp that looks like the shining moon. Plus, they’ve integrated the natural stone into this space too, bringing continuity to the entire apartment.
Once again you can see just how tiny this space is, but all that wonderful lighting, along with the white-on-white color palette makes it feel big and spacious.
This luxe bed frame looks like a bed within a couch, how comfy and cozy! Don’t be afraid to add unique pieces like these to your own space.
Dress up your side table with beautiful plants or flowers and your favorite drink, so you can kick back and relax at the end of the day.
Did you think giant mirrors were stuck in the 70’s? Not this one! A big feature mirror can really make your space feel much bigger, and reflects both your natural and artificial light.
Small space maximized with proper lighting and a cool white color palette.
This space makes you feel like you’re in the middle of a masculine Scandinavian wonderland. Not a bad place to end up! The dark woods, leathers, and fabrics really pop against all the surrounding white and bring a cohesiveness to the room.
This long built in is both functional and beautiful. Plus, the wood brings some warmth into the stark space.
The mix of cool curves and straight lines throughout the space is a nice reoccurring theme that brings continuity to the space despite all the different elements.
This kitchen is like a breath of fresh air in this white space. The beautiful wood cabinets pop against the rest of the white and the black countertops tie in the rest of the rooms accessories.
We’re obsessed with these cascading island countertops! The black here is super chic.
Don’t be afraid to go dark in your white space. Black countertops throughout the kitchen doesn’t make it look any darker because all that wonderful light and white is balancing it out.
Remember to bring some greenery into your space — white or not. It brings liveliness.