Have you ever seen one of those all white interior design spaces and wondered how they made it look so appealing? The key isn’t keeping it’s clean, it’s using a variety of textures! Read on for inspirational images of brilliantly-designed textural homes.
Herringbone wood floors, white imperfectly-painted subway bricks, glass chandelier, glazed ceramic tub with brass fixtures, combined with an unexpected wood stump side table show how disparate textures can work together luxuriously.
Bright and light space. Love the rough, plant-based furniture, woven rug, the amazing basket-like pendant light, and the neutral colors, paired with marble and painted white walls, all of which are very popular right now.
A smooth marble island and splash-back, slick wood chairs and cabinetry, architectural concrete, and round glass pendant lights all create movement and interest.
Fluffy stools with brass components contrasted with the sleek console table and multiple vases and ceramics give a fun sense of glam.
This dramatic city skyline view is complimented by the textural sensations from the faux fur rug, soft pillows and blankets, the smooth wood flooring and sleek blue vases filled with fresh flowers. I’d love to cozy up here and spend hours taking in the view, wouldn’t you?
Kimball Starr designs for textural, sensual homes throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Lake Tahoe. Contact her today for a remote or socially-distant in-person consultation.