Crunchy, juicy ‘White Satin’ carrots have a sweet but slightly spicy taste. This Nantes-type carrot holds up well in storage. Serve them uncooked, alongside purple and orange carrots, to add color to the table.
The earliest carrots, which originated in Afghanistan, were white, not orange. During the Pilgrim era, carrots were a staple crop because they stored easily through winter. Their carrots were likely white varieties, like this ‘White Satin.’
To give this bathroom a modern vibe, white subway tile walls don't detract from the floating vanity and satin brass wall-mounted faucet. Brass is also accented throughout the bathroom in the light fixture, paper holder and decorative accents. The large mirror reflects the rest of the bathroom, making the space feel even bigger. Jumbo walnut wedge hooks add a bit of warmth and finish the space.
Stainless steel, chrome and brushed nickel are the most readily available metals for kitchen hardware. Put a fresh but classic spin on your kitchen island with satin brass. While polished- and lacquered- brass styles come across as dated, the understated look of satin brass is more transitional and up to date.
A small wood nightstand is used for a green table lamp and a small pink floral arrangement are positioned next to a four-poster bed, which has two blue and pink satin decorative pillows. A framed pastural painting hangs above the bed on taupe-colored wall,
Blondish natural wood furniture, including a dresser and shelving unit, coordinate with a simple bed featuring dark blue linens and a satin blue throw. The walls in the room are made with the same material as the dresser and shelving. A small desk in contrasting dark wood frames the space and offers a work area inside the room.