Alcove built in wardrobe, Putney
The natural wood effect inside the wardrobes adds more warmth to the room. When you are dealing with white furniture its appealing having that hidden cosy accent on display when the wardrobe is in use.
Additionally, the routed handles work effectively as a contrast to the white. It’s a technique which makes the wardrobes standout, along with the help of the light grey walls. If the walls and wardrobes had all been completely white, then they would simply blend into the background. But this wardrobe wants to be noticed and take centre stage thanks to a few clever details. Rooms need a focal point, and this wardrobe does capture your attention.
White is a good choice for wardrobes. It is a colour often used in interiors to make rooms appear more spacious with an airy feel. Also white is a timeless colour, partly because it is very adaptable. It is such a versatile colour which gives you the luxury of choice of different materials and textures that compliment it.
Another good thing about white furniture is that you have the option of lots of wall colours that work well with it. You could go bold with deep blue or emerald green, try calmer pastels or feel revitalized with teal. Another popular choice is light grey which is shown here already. Even though grey is a neutral colour like white it does have a lot to offer. It is both elegant and refined. So, if you’re looking for a bit of sophistication and still keeping in the minimalist theme light grey walls compliment white furniture perfectly.
The wardrobe doors open out into the room as there is enough floor space to accommodate them. If this was an issue you could decide to have sliding doors instead. Also, the room looks brighter because the white wardrobes reflect the light from the ceiling lights.
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