Between wood and white, here are 10 nice planning ideas!
Looking for an association that works every time in deco? Look no further and mix, eyes closed, white with wood! Praised by the pro, this duo fits in with the Scandinavian trend, but not that. Passe-partout and timeless, it sublimates both the large and strong Haussmannian style interiors, as well as the smaller contemporary spaces. The proof by 10!
Between wood and white, it's a love story that lasts, lasts ... Available on custom-made furniture, in a niche in the entrance, in the WC or in the living room, on the kitchen side or on a door with a glass roof, this non-color and this material really make the pair. When white meets wood, whatever the essence, it's good!
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1. A white kitchen accented with light wood
Decorative element in its own right, this kitchen does not lack style. Composed, for the most part, of white boxes - Ikea Voxtorp - it is warmed with custom-made furniture, made of oak block medium and a wood worktop, also. Cherry on the cake ? The imitation marble credenza that anchors this fully equipped kitchen in the trend. Nothing to add !
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Take a look at this 63 m2 tip top redesigned by the interior architect of Batiik Studio, Rebecca Benichou
2. A wooden niche dug into a snow-white wall
Hélène Pinaud and Julien Schwartzmann, better known as Heju, have renovated this beautiful 85 m2. While retaining the codes of the Haussmann, they managed to breathe new life into this family property. How? Using woody keys, cleverly scattered throughout the apartment, like a red thread. The proof in the living room, all dressed in white, where an existing niche was dressed with ash. What a wink to the parquet point of Hungary, beautifully cleared and expose books, trinkets and mini indoor plants.
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Take a look at this family-run 85 m2 filled with ideas, renovated by Hélène Pinaud and Julien Schwartzmann, the architects behind Heju
3. A custom TV cabinet in the living room
Ektor Studio's pro have designed this piece of furniture. Ideal to dress the wall in front of the sofa and to house the TV, this arrangement is invited on all the height of the wall and makes it possible to make clear. And yes, all the wires and other unsightly connections disappear in his drawers and cupboards. Between wood and white, here is an innovative piece of furniture!
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Take a look at this Strasbourg apartment renovated and decorated by the interior designers of Ektor Studio
4. A practical wooden niche in white cabinets
Designed by interior designers Carla Lopez and Margaux Meza, the design and decoration of this family-run townhouse is a hit. In the toilets of the first floor, earthenware tiles (10 x 10 cm) joined with black blend very well with a birch niche. A convenient arrangement for storing magazines, a room fragrance and some rolls of toilet paper.
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Take a look at this cannon family house near Paris, designed and decorated by Transition Interior Design interior designers Carla Lopez and Margaux Meza
5. A smart library as a stylish partition
What a great idea this library thought well by the architect Benjamin Exbrayat! From its neat aesthetics, between white lacquered shelves and teak cupboards, to its great functionality, it really does it all good. As a bonus, it contains a sliding door that allows to isolate the living space of the night party. Malin!
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Take a look at this graphic town house, designed by Benjamin Exbrayat, architect ADE / HMONP (= DPLG) and founder of Cube Architectes
6. A wooden door with a canopy underlined with white
Always inspired, the duo of pro formed by Amandine Gommez Vaëz and Arnaud Lenoir did not lack ideas to give life to this hybrid door. Made to measure by Cast P.M.R, this revised and corrected canopy mixes white metal and chestnut wood, for a decidedly trendy and deco!
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Take a look at this 85 m2 family renovated to be rented, by Arnaud Lenoir interior architect founder of blackStones and architect DPLG Amandine Gommez Vaez
7. A dressing room between wood, white and mirror doors
In this Paris studio, the experts of maema architects have been clever to bring all the living spaces in such a riquiqui place. In the main room, a large dressing took place along the entire length of the wall. Dressed in wood and mirrored doors, it conceals, on one side, the toilet, on the other, the shower and offers a nice perspective to the whole project.
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Take a look at this sober and elegant Parisian studio, rearranged by the pro of maema architects
8. A wooden storage compartment in the entrance
In order to create an elegant continuity between kitchen and entrance, the architect Cyrielle Benaïm imagined a row of white wardrobes. Ripped with a wooden niche, ascending empty-pockets, this linear clears the look on adjoining living spaces. What give the tone to the decor of this nice apartment!
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Take a look at this apartment style between wood and blue Klein, revamped by Cyrielle Benaïm, architect HMONP (= DPLG) within his agency, BäN architecture
9. A bespoke piece of furniture in the living room
Quite neutral, the marriage between white and wood mixes with all the colors. The proof in this interior where powdery pink brings its touch of femininity. Here, the custom storage cabinet mixes white facades and wood doors, with softness and voluptuousness ...
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Take a look at this apartment of 28 m2 renovated by Interior designers from Transition Interior Design, Carla Lopez and Margaux Meza
10. A bathroom vanity unit a retro strand
With the decor of this bathroom, the interior designer Rebecca Benichou plunges us into the big bath of the 20s! Of vertical white subway tile, sublimated with a fine golden rod, at custom teak vanity unitEverything here is reminiscent of the glitz of the roaring twenties!
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Have a look on this 63 m2 tip top redesigned by the interior designer of the Batiik Studio agency, Rebecca Benichou