Guest Picks: Winter Whites for All Seasons
This table is not ghostly white by any means. I love its almost-whitewashed finish, which would blend in well with a clean and bright space.
Beautiful, elegant and utilitarian, these canisters will keep things organized (and out of sight).
I love the touch of drama in the subtle speckles that add rustic flare to this cream and sugar set.
Even just a touch of white goes a long way. I really like the distressed white finish on this bench. It sets off the barn wood top perfectly.
If you don't like the idea of painting your walls white, here is a clever way to add the color instead: decal stickers.
I love the shabby chic look of this whitewashed server. The color makes a larger piece less daunting in a room, don't you think?
If the idea of completely parting with color is daunting, try these bowls. They're white on the outside, for ease of matching to other whites, but they have a bold color on the inside. I love them.
A tray always comes in handy. I love this as a subtle way of introducing white to a room.
Everything looks fancier on a pedestal. This three-tier pedestal is just perfect for entertaining.
Filtered light looks so ethereal when coming through these Belgian linen drapes.
Draped in white, slipcovered chairs are a simple way to introduce white into a room.
Little pops of white brighten up a table. These distressed napkin rings are super cute.
Clean and pristine, this stand mixer is the one appliance that you would want to leave on the counter.
White has never been as cozy as it is in this rug. This faux sheepskin will be heaven underfoot.
This is a statement piece. I love this Wood & Iron chandelier because it's a piece that will surely make everyone look up.
If you love graphics and photography, this set of French art prints in coordinating whitewashed tones is perfect. The scenes from Paris will bring chic to any space.
This abstract wall sculpture will bring a modern zen to any wall.
A simple throw, with just a wee bit of detailing, instantly warms a room, even in winter white.
It's all in the details. I love the weathered look of this urn.Next: 24 Great White Kitchens
Whites are never sterile when they have texture and an organic flow. I love these dishes for their timeless lines and subtle pattern.