15 Ways to Make Neutrals Shine With Pearl

More opulent than your basic white, sparkling pearl adds a glamorous touch to a classic neutral. You can enjoy this hue in any room, but it especially shines in kitchens and baths.

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Pearl White Color Palette

While this stunning shade will shine on its own, a modern palette of pearl, dark gray and lilac is the perfect way to introduce this dazzling hue to your home.

Dazzling Backsplash

To give this kitchen a striking focal point, designer Jillian Harris created a fresh, clean backsplash using a white, diamond-shaped tile backsplash. Dark grout really makes the design pop.

Classic Color Combo

While black-and-white bathrooms are always a popular choice, this chic space seen in HGTV Magazine is set apart by charming vintage details like the gorgeous Victorian mirror and clawfoot tub. 

Bright + White

A classic white wall sets the stage for other airy hues like light grays, soft blues and varied creams. The combination of muted shades creates a bright but calm atmosphere. 

Nautical Neutrals

A winning combination of bright, white walls, a white ceiling and white bunk beds creates a light, airy feel characteristic of coastal style. Nautical accents complete this beachy look.

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Pitcher Perfect

Milky white dishware adds a subtle country vibe to this stunning tablescape, illuminated by a trio of industrial-style pendants. 

Opulent + Agleam

While the ornate mirrors, lamps and chandelier could easily overwhelm a bedroom, a soft color palette of pearl and gray anchors the space.

Cooled-Down Color

For a homeowner who loves color, designer Maggie Cruz mixed bold blue sofas and a pair of zigzag-patterned chairs with softer tones, like wood and chrome coffee tables and pearly-white walls and ceiling. See more in HGTV Magazine.

Light + Bright

Spaces packed with an abundance of natural light are the best choices for using pearl effectively. Once the light hits the windows and is then diffused by lined window coverings, it floods the room with a visual softness that immediately creates a cozy atmosphere.

Neutral Knockout

Sometimes the simplest color palette makes the biggest statement. Such is the case with this dazzling white bathroom, complete with a stunning white pedestal stink, white soaking tub and incredible pearl wall. 

Spa Inspired

This spa-like master bathroom designed by Sarah Richardson mixes pearly white with soft green marble and natural stone elements. The striped white curtains and a contemporary tub add to the delicate design.

Statement Sofa

Texture, shape and pattern take center stage in this gorgeous living room. Lustrous beige and pearl damask wallpaper serves as the backdrop for the stunning white tufted sofa.

Fresh Linens

You don't have to have white walls to create an airy space. This sweet country-style bedroom is painted a subtle blue that adds a peaceful element, while white is introduced through the hotel-inspired bedding.

Cohesive Color

Black flooring outside the bathroom creates a bold contrast against the white walls. A second flooring option sets the bathroom apart from the rest of the space, but the gorgeous walls tie the whole area together.

Milky Glass

Corner shelves maximize space by storing and displaying a luminous milk glass collection in this petite kitchen. Fresh flowers, fruit and eggs bring in bright, natural color that pops against the stark, white background.

Pearl White Palette

White marble floors and walls envelop this stunning bathroom in luxury, while a jetted soaking tub and steam shower add to the room's theme of luxury and relaxation. Pops of green and an interesting chandelier add a touch of whimsy to the elegant space. 

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