The mirror design is intricate and eye catching. It makes an attractive design feature in the room. Its elaborate nature works well. Serving to stop the room being too minimalist. A mass of white with no personality or character can be avoided by the clever use of a pattern and of course the choice of flooring!
Although the room is very white it doesn’t appear cold. The rich dark colour flooring and wardrobe interior add warmth. White is such a clean and fresh colour. But I do think its important to get the balance right and here that has been skilfully achieved. Very white rooms are often accused of having no soul. So, you do need to think about what design feature you can incorporate (like this beautiful mirrored wardrobe) to off-set that impression. The circular design is very glamourous.
Whatever your opinion of using a lot of the colour white, I think we can agree that this room is tastefully done. The built-in wardrobes
add ample storage, so the room will never be cluttered or disorganised. There is still plenty of floor space which would have been unlikely with free standing furniture. No part of the room is wasted, it has a good flow. Our custom circular fret door design
has worked with the awkward sloping
roof to make this more of a welcoming and practical space.
Plenty of light is reflected by the white furniture and walls after it has flooded in through the window above the bed. The furniture has been installed in the perfect position to make the most of the natural light in the room. Furthermore, when you gaze into the mirrored panels of the wardrobe the room looks more spacious because it reflects back on itself.
In the future the client might opt for recessed lighting which would make the ceiling seem higher than using a light that hangs down. It’s amazing what techniques you can try to alter the impression of space in a room.