This living room features a vase of beautiful white hydrangeas arranged atop a wooden coffee table. A gray vase and other additional decorative items, like books and seashells, are positioned nearby to finish the look. The nearby neutral sofa boasts colorful blue and green throw pillows.
Marble details add subtle color in this white bathroom. Distressed neutral artwork pops against the clean white wall over the bathtub. White cabinetry allows for plenty of storage to see the room uncluttered.
A plush white sofa is decorate with a mix of patterned navy and pink pillows. A wood crate is covered with a glass table for a unique coffee table piece. The wood adds texture against the smooth look of the design.
The white bathtub shines in the natural light and bright glow of this bathroom design. Black framing surrounds the glass panels on the doors and brings a bold contrast to the white. A decorative tile floor design and pink rug add color to the room while a simple counter display contributes to the zen feel of the room.
This light and bright dining room features a square dining table with an orange pendant light above and white chairs with orange striped upholstery. A glass pane front door and separate sliding door allow natural light to fill the space, while Christmas decorations add a festive touch.
Mascarpone by Benjamin Moore is the perfect creamy white backdrop for the collection of vintage plates used in this little girl's bedroom. Designer Tip: Make a whole wall of art by using pictures, plates or anything else you collect to make a beautiful collage.
A large mirror reflects a view of the living room from the hallway of this open living space. In case extra seating is needed, ottomans are stored beneath a slim black console table. A potted houseplant is a fresh and lively accent.
"White pottery goes with everything," says interior designer Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson of Terracotta Design Build. "White pottery is always a great investment because it looks good forever. It doesn’t have to be expensive to pack a punch."
A mantel can be a revolving spot for you to display photos, books and accessories that you own and have scattered in other rooms. Dena Stormer stacked up photos and accessories on books for her latest vintage mantel decor, and don't forget about the space underneath the mantel. You can take an existing wreath that you used during the holidays, remove any seasonal elements and weave in leaves or fake flowers.
A small table at the foot of this bed contains a decorative painted chest and antique bronze lamp with a striped lampshade. A delicate white orchid adds a tranquil touch to the colorful table accessories.
The living room was actually a collaboration between the homeowner and designer, who met on social media. To create the space, designer Michelle Gage sent styling instructions based on the home's floor plan, and the owner added her own small touches, like the DIY-painted planters on the mantel.
The overall relaxing feel of this home comes from its straightforward use of color. Neutral tones dominate in the space but there are plenty of small pops of color that come through in the accessories. These festive beads, colorful African dolls and small fern balls are grouped together to create an interesting and bright mix.