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The timeless style of the total white (which is tinged with a bit of green)

Despite the color being a "therapy" for the interiors, a few years ago the total white style appeared again.
Total white is a trend full of charm, capable of giving the environment an unexpected brightness and a visual increase in space, but be careful not to abuse it.
The presence of too much white could create an aseptic, cold and emotionless environment, the exact opposite of what we would like to achieve.


Most of the modern houses have a predominantly white shade, especially for furnishings or elements that are unlikely to change over time, such as the kitchen, bathroom fixtures and bathroom fixtures and external doors and windows.


Bathroom coating by Ragno

Conversely, for replaceable items such as tables, chairs, sofas and cushions, you are looking for neutral shades that go perfectly with white like cream, gray, beige or natural wood.

Table by Tomasella

The more daring instead vote for tones in exact contrast like blue, black, red, sage green that make the surrounding white stand out more and give that bit of extra vitality.


The presence of plants in the domestic environment can never be lacking, even if present in small quantities, they do not diminish their anti-stress power.


Speaking of plants, I want to show you a product that will be increasingly protagonist in our kitchens: the indoor greenhouse. What is that? It is an intelligent appliance for growing quality sprouts, herbs and vegetables at any time of the year, in a simple, natural and low environmental impact way.

Indoor greenhouse by Tomato+