A Guide to Airy Interior Design
If you're anything like us, you love how light and airy our houses feel. There are foolproof actions you can do to make your home feel brighter and fresher even if you are unable to open up a wall or change the layout of your floorplan to allow for extra light.
With delightful new additions like our Gilded Age backsplash, whose watercolor-inspired background and brushstroke patterning give these porcelain tiles a delicate and dreamy air, white kitchen decor can still feel new and fresh.
Adhering to a current style is not required to create airy rooms. Any home design approach may be made to feel airy and open. Therefore, incorporating features like light colors, natural components, and polished surfaces makes it easy to transform a light-starved space into a bright, airy, and oh-so-gorgeous home, regardless of whether you embrace modern, coastal, farmhouse, transitional, or any interior design in between.
To help you create a luminous haven, we've hand-picked some of our finest ideas.
Glossy and shiny surfaces have a practical and aesthetic function that shouldn't be undervalued when it comes to creating a feeling of airiness in a space. For instance, glass or shell tiles will reflect light and increase the amount of brightness in the space. Glossy or mirror finishes are very effective in tiny spaces because of how they reflect light and provide the sense of more space.
The subtle sheen of our Seashell Dreams Herringbone mosaic elegantly reflects light and uplifts the mood of the space. To create a light, airy space that feels comfortable and inviting, pair with white cabinets.