January 25, 2010

It's Not About White or Wrong



Saw this beauty at Brad Ford's blog Design Therapy and you can see more via the original source Yatzer.



16 comments:

  1. I know people get concerned that all white walls and interior spaces seem cold, but those folks need to see photos like these. I immediately feel calm, relaxed and quite cozy when I see these pictures! Think the owners will mind if I curl up on one of their chairs and read a book?

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  2. that room is uber delicious - I'm in love!

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  3. Really great shot! Even the dog is white! Love the leathers and wood and muted tones set against the all-white walls and floor. All the art is really nice, too.

    Caroline
    Red Glasses

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  4. calm it is. hmmm...something to consider...Thanks Beefy:)
    xo
    Laurel

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  5. For photo sake, I appreciate the all over white to make every little thing seem to be perched up on it's own virtual pedestal. What I cannot concede to in my own real life home is the white washing of the natural wood planks. Does one just forgo the mop and instead clean up with yet another layer of paint?

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  6. Please, Uncle Beefy, for the love of dog, please don't go there! Open the refrigerator door if you need a dose of white! Give me color or give me death! (I'm not being overly dramatic, am I?)

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  7. me tooo! just found a super fabulous white that looks like old european plaster

    dunn edwards rice bowl # DE6170

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  8. I love this room. There's so much going on to keep this from being boring white. And white walls don't mean white everything!! You can have both, Unc. You can have EVERYTHING!!

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  9. Jane is right - you can have it all. This room is incredibly engaging - even if the canvas is all white.

    Beautiful space.

    -maria

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  10. i love this space and all the chairs and textures. i think the "hint" of that dior poster sealed the deal for me.
    this is a great photo.

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  11. so AMAZING... and refreshing... love your blog..x pam

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  12. I grew up in a white house too. My mom is also a bit of a clean nut, but that's another story ;) I love how the white walls and floor make space for splashes of bolder and darker colours. definitely something I'd love to do myself.

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  13. I'm totally with you on white walls. I grew up with them too (hmmm...).

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  14. "Train them up in the way they should go and when they get old they won't depart from it." Yes, your probably becoming like your Mother, but it's not so bad is it?

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