Thursday, March 6, 2014

The invisible frame

It's unusual to see interiors in which only one colour has been used throughout.
When that happens the result can be inspiring.
Visually it'll look like the rooms melt into one another 
creating a subtle and delicate design.

The walls, floors and panels are all in the same colour, there is no contrast and no obvious framing, often the furniture assume a sculptural quality in the design and the windows can be viewed as artwork. 

The result, as I see it, is a combination of enchanting romanticism and calm classicism,
a rejection to constraint and limitation.
It's soothing living at its best.
A great way to create an elegant and timeless home.

What do you think?
Would you live in such a home?

images via the glossier nerd
inspired by "light touch" featured on vogue living australia march/april issue 


1 comment:

  1. It is really elegant and I think the wooden elements bring it warmth too. I could definately live in these rooms!