Maybe it's because spring is just around the corner, but I'm fascinated with white... and lots of it! It's enchanting, exhilarating, and fresh.
Dolce & Gabana whimsical transparent white dress on the spring runway (left) and Natalie Portman in a gorgeous sheer white dress (right).
The Kate Somerville Skin Health spa on Melrose Ave. in Hollywood is bright, modern and luxurious in an all-white palette.
A white-on-white scheme creates an airy and serene bathroom. Beautiful molding details add architectural interest, while mirrored surfaces enhance the illusion of spaciousness.
The light wood floor grounds the monochromatic scheme, adds warmth and gives the eye a place to rest. The modern light fixture and vibrant pillows enliven the bedroom.
This living space is so light and airy it almost looks like it could float away. The all-white scheme enhances the detailing on the furniture, which in turn brings the atmosphere to life.
Bed linens in varying shades of white make mixing and matching patterns an easy task. Vintage finds add character and charm.
White looks anything but boring in this dramatic loftlike space. I love the glossy white floors and sheer window treatments.
Varying texture and line becomes important when the color palette is minimal. Exposed painted brick, glistening crystal chandeliers, open shelving and wire storage baskets all add to the medley of textures. There is a certain romantic charm to this kitchen.
Light and airy, white opens up this bedroom and gives it a modern aesthetic. The textural bedding and small pops of color add interest.
In this bedroom, designed by Vicente Wolf (via Elle Decor), the bed is enclosed to create intimacy and warmth. The neutral white palette is enriched with creams and varying shades of wood tones.
The white scheme is punctuated with dark wood accents and accessories. A wood floor and wicker chair soften the crisp white room with warmth and texture.
The wood beams and wicker barstools add rustic charm to this white kitchen. A dark wood floor grounds the space. Sunshine floods in through the row of paned windows.
The abundant use of white makes this getaway spot both tranquil and peaceful. Adding cream, mocha and black tones adds depth and interest.