Light And Airy Spaces Ideas


Here are a few ways you can create a light and airy space without using mainly shades of white.

Transparent Seating
There’s this seamless chicness that comes with combining a wood table with transparent seating. It’s so modern yet so simple. To further emphasis on the airy element pair your seating with comfortable traditional chairs for a beautiful contrast.

For a light and airy dining room with a bit of quirk pair a dark, rich wood table with transparent seating. There is something quirky about transparent seats that seem to bring a little something extra to a room. To complete the light and airy feel add a fun chandelier or wall sconces further brighten the space.

Pale Neutral Tones
Having a diverse range of neutral tones brings an open feel to the space that is undeniable while still being easy on the eyes. Pair with a few pattern pieces to bring personality to your decor. If you are not a fan of blond wood flooring consider a wood with gray undertones.

Using pale neutral tones brings a brightening effect to any room without the need of using specific white shades. There is something very open and welcoming about neutrals especially when they are used as the main color wave in the room. Pair your pale neutral tones with blond wood flooring for a seamless contrast.

Coastal Décor
Open and airy decor doesn’t always mean you have to use neutral hues, you can get creative and go wild. The key is keeping in mind that you don’t want to overwhelm the room. For that coastal feel use shades of blue that are brightening and fun.

We love the idea of having a coastal decorated home, particularly when you have an open floor plan. An open floor plan lends itself to be open and airy yet when it is paired with coastal décor it feels welcoming and fun. Use pastel hues of blue to further enhance the beach house vibes coastal décor tends to omit.

Focus on the Windows
When focusing on the windows of the room you want to ensure they remain uncovered and that the decor revolves around them. Doing so brings that classic open and airy feel without taking away from your decor.

Have an amazing view outdoors? If so, focus on your windows and how the outdoors blends with your décor. Focusing on your windows not only lends itself for a brightening effect, but it allows the room to feel larger which in return has that airy and light feel. Keep the window free of curtains for that open look.

Don’t Forget the Color
Pastel’s are great when it comes to creating an airy space and adding color. However, they sometimes can have a feminine aesthetics to them. In order to prevent this, you want to incorporate metallic pieces that add a more contemporary feel.

Pastel’s are great when it comes to creating an airy space and adding color. However, they sometimes can have a feminine aesthetics to them. In order to prevent this, you want to incorporate metallic pieces that add a more contemporary feel.

Color is important in any room and with any decorating style, even when you want an open and airy space. The key for an open space that has a large amount of color is mixing soft pastels with hints of bright bits. The bright bits bring saturated color while the pastels seamlessly have that airy feel to them.

Black Chandelier
If you have the space pair your edgy black chandelier with a traditional standalone tub. The tub will bring a classic feel while the openness of the space and the edgy touch of the chandelier will create a contrasting balance that is quite modern.

A single black chandelier added to a soft, almost white decorated space is the perfect edgy, feminine touch to your space needs. This works best in a room that has plenty of natural lighting coming through, such as a bathroom or a living room.