1. White bedframe, benches and walls allow contrasting colours to come alive. Floor mats and candle lamps add ethereal elegance.
Photography by Bharath Ramamrutham, Styling by Mrudul Pathak Kundu

2. Large square windows make this bedroom inside this eco-sensitive villa designed by Hemant Purohit and Smita Khanna of Studio Note-D bright and unique.
Photography by Fram Petit and Tina Nandi, Courtesy Note-D

3. In the master bedroom of the Australian High Commission manor, warm white walls, linen and wooden features create a traditional aura with a modern twist.
Photography by Amit Mehra, Styling by Sonia Dutt

4. In Karan and Indrani’s plush boudoir, white reflects all throughout with the help of a mirror Art Decor inspired screen.
Photography by Amit Mehra, Styling by Sonia Dutt

Ivory Harmony: 4 unique all-white bedrooms that achieve ultimate peace and quiet

by Jaina Chandwany Feb 18, 2016

White can be anything but boring. In fact, a pristine snowy oasis with minimal distraction can be the perfect setting to erase stress and coax you into undisturbed sleep. Play around with the palette in extraordinary ways as we guide you through our top four inspiring light and bright bedrooms.

1. Mandira and Sumeet Nath’s guest bedroom in Zoloft, Assagao 
In this room, white makes the perfect juxtaposition for vibrant colours like tropical greens. The walls, Belgium imported floors and the painted bench and antique bed from Dehradun, are all stark white, allowing your eye to be drawn towards the contrasting linen and painting.

2. The bedroom in this eco-sensitive villa designed by Studio Note-D 
Irregular square punctures designed to look like photo frames add dramatic flair to the white bedroom of this villa designed by Hemant Purohit and Smita Khanna. To make for airy interiors, minimal blue soft furnishings and paintings pepper the ivory walls while mirror kota flooring and wooden furniture let the snowy colour dominate.

3. The master bedroom in the Australian High Commission manor in New Delhi 
Wood and white make for a harmonising blend in Australian Ambassador Patrick Suckling and Natalie Daaldar’s master bedroom of the manor revamped by K2India. While a single wooden bed panel and top-to-bottom blinds complement the all white look, the pink floral bed linen and dark wood dressing table retain a traditional vibe.   

4. Karan and Indrani Paul’s plush boudoir in New Delhi
Designed by Studio Lotus, this bedroom imagined as a bachelor pad oozes luxurious laid-back comfort. Everything from the headboard to the storage panel is set in one tone of white. To reflect the colour throughout, an Art Deco inspired screen stands between the walk-in wardrobe and the sleeping area while full-length windows allow plenty access to sunlight.

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4. In Karan and Indrani’s plush boudoir, white reflects all throughout with the help of a mirror Art Decor inspired screen. <br> Photography by Amit Mehra, Styling by Sonia Dutt