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theme-white or relatively light rooms

- Sat, 12 Apr 2014 18:51:42 EST U6xBMxcr No.58618
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so basically im at a point where i had to buy my self a desk for CPU and i couldn't go for anything else then white since i've got those back from i-dunno-what-age white'ish closet/shelves/drawers and the room it self has been walled green which in a wider perspective doesn't look neat at all. just a regular bach-boy's room. you can tell, i've never really cared about my surroundings .
now i've comed to a certain point where i have condsider i should make things decent around here.. and accidentaly i've chosen the colour white for the whole room.

so the whole problem is
tl;dr - how would you decorate/design a room to be white. ideas for the walls, the composition of colour in white room (as if what colours would fit in mostly white furnitured and walled rooms for example a bed) could you play the 'everything-definetly-white' out, etc.

pic semi-related, the one and literally only picture made out of this room a time while back, for the purpose of the green coloured wall
Alice Bullerfield - Sat, 12 Apr 2014 18:59:12 EST U6xBMxcr No.58619 Reply
wanted to add that the whole idea would be to come out of the stone age to a modern days without really 'let's change the floors and tear down the walls'
i'd like to do the so-called renovation low budget for i have no intend to fuck shit up, i'm just waiting ideas simply change just a little around here, make things more spacious etc.

waiting for cool ideas from you
nb, since it's still me
Caroline Wemmledock - Sat, 12 Apr 2014 23:35:31 EST gpGz6Zip No.58621 Reply
Light blue/off white walls. White furniture, blue (or matching whatever colour you go on walls) covers/accessories (fabric on chairs etc). Just get rid of that green man thats like 60s house wife shit.
David Shittingshit - Sun, 13 Apr 2014 18:28:06 EST phtSKKIp No.58628 Reply
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>accidentaly i've chosen the colour white for the whole room.
how does this even happen?
white's not a bad color for a room, but what is the factor preventing you from changing your mind?

anyway just Google "white interior design"
absorbing a ton of images is the best way to understand these things

I could give you a list of palettes I'd like to see in a room but there's a significant chance that the 'dark gray' I write will be different from the 'dark gray' you read.
Sidney Focklewater - Sun, 20 Apr 2014 14:54:52 EST U6xBMxcr No.58660 Reply
the thing about google is that there are so many random ideas which may kinda just make me more confused of 'what wud be right'. that's why i thought i'd come and ask direct thoughts. dark grey in general sounds good tbh. i somewhat thought to myself to make the whole thing look black n white style, but wouldn't that end up to edgy ?
Henry Drillyseg - Thu, 24 Apr 2014 14:22:43 EST wlIHVU+7 No.58669 Reply
lol high contrast when arranged by novices looks so wacky
don't do black and white
dark grays are good. really dark deep browns are good.
Angus Humblestock - Sun, 27 Aug 2017 23:43:54 EST DQdEq/UK No.61536 Reply
all the walls of my house are orange its p. cool

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