Hi, I’m Joanna, a blogger for Design Shuffle, a terrific online source for all things interior design. My job has me searching daily for beautiful decorating ideas to share with readers like you. Today's guest post here at Beachnut Lane is all about white interior spaces with pale color on the walls. Pale walls don't detract from white rooms. On the contrary, they can actually add visual interest and give white furnishings even more importance. Here are eight creative ways to use pale wall colors in white living spaces. Thanks to Syndi for allowing me to share with you. Please enjoy!
Painting the walls a pale blue gray makes the white furnishings pop in this eclectic dining room. I love the shaded chandelier with its strings of crystal beads.
How lovely are pale pink walls below an ornate ceiling? This living space has such a pretty feminine charm.
In this appealing bedroom design, pale gracefully aged walls create a lovely backdrop for sumptuous bedding in differing tones of white.
Pale gray walls are a perfect choice for this glamorous white bath with shiny accents seen everywhere.
Perhaps a shade darker than the other pale hues in today's post, these purple walls are a perfectly smoky hue. This dining space is just right for family meals, entertaining friends or a dinner for two.
Pale gray walls in an all white kitchen can feel cold, but warmer tones on the floor and dark natural wood on the breakfast island warm up this bright open space.
The palest of pale turquoise paint on the walls gives this beautiful white kitchen a charming coastal feel.
Looking for dining room design ideas that include pale walls? Here's a different take on softly colored walls. Wide stripes of gray and chalky white give a fresh updated feel to this dining space. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
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