White after Labor Day? That’s old news. We’re endorsing the color year-round, particularly when the temperatures dip below freezing. Not only do we enjoy bending the design “rules,” but we also think wall to wall white looks decidedly fresh in a sea of black, gray, and navy.
It might not be a white Christmas, but a lack snow isn't going to stop you, right? Right. Why not channel your snow-loving side with a winter white decor
Whites and neutrals such as eggshell, beige, tan or cream, create a clean, airy backdrop for any design or color scheme. White is often associated with cleanliness, innocence and goodness. Because they are neutral, these colors can be calming, and they make a room feel larger and more airy. To add drama, while keeping things calm and spacious, we add pops of color with beautiful artwork.
Why We Love It
Practical it's not, but the layering of parchment to oyster to cream matting and framing looks so appealing and cozy, even more so long after the summer sun sets.
How To Style It
Don't try to match shades; enjoy the subtleties. Select rich fabrics with texture and plush matting Large white frames are one of our favorite way to display in white