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Modern Monday: Doing White Right


We love the modern look of clean, white walls. But too much white can make a space seem cold, sterile and uninviting. That’s why this apartment in Kiev, Ukraine, appealed to us so much.

The designer brought warmth to the rooms with wood floors and wood facings in the kitchen. Notice on the back wall in this photo how the white tile is complemented with grey grout – another subtle touch that lends warmth and breaks up what could have been a very stark and monochromatic presentation.

If your taste runs to modern, check out the range of new contemporary design options from Marvin. Now, more than ever, Marvin lets you create a home that’s Built around you.

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