Tuesday, October 28, 2008

White Affair

Image Angel at my Table

Image Belle Maison

Image Garden Tones

Image House to Home

Image New England Lifestyle

Image Nordic Style

Image Fridas Gard

Image Nordic Style

Image Brian Vanden Brink

While I'm away here's a few of my favourite white pieces to look at. Is there one that wins your heart?


  1. Lovely images Millie ... I think the courtyard bench, bowl of watermelon (accompanied by pink champage)and a good book. Hope you are enjoying Perth ... Dzintra

  2. You know me Millie, I love them all.
    Ness xx

  3. Hope you are having fun in Perth! The use of space in the last image is very clever. Cannot beat white! Amanda x

  4. All gorgeous, serene, stunning! I have decided on the garden tones furniture for my terrace... thankyou very much Millie.... you come in handy!... and the last photo, wow, that is what I have in my plans for our walk in wardrobe, a little desk below a window, with shutters!... how exciting to see how it will look in real life! Thanks Millie. Stay safe in Perth. A-M xx

  5. Ah what gorgeous photos. You are a woman after my own heart.


  6. Ahhh white everything! Must be close to summer for you?

    I love that last little nook. Lovely!

  7. I love color but there is something so wonderful about white.. and these photos prove it..

  8. Happiness is white on white :)

  9. The House to Home Image - LOVE IT! I've seen it before and I loved those framed pictures, I need those framed pictures..... (i thought they were calender pages but Em thought they were tea labels- might have to have a further study...) xx

  10. The 2nd pix is my house, Belle Mason bed is my bed & Nordic Design is my guest bedroom. Isn't that cutie?

    "In my dreams"...


  11. Its the white floors that kill me everytime. I live in an old apartment with old rough oak boards I would paint in a heartbeart if I could.
    And that Frida Gard photo looks exactly like my sideboard I just painted, inside and out. Gorgeous!
    Lisa & Alfie


And none will hear the postman's knock
Without a quickening of the heart.
For who can bear to feel himself forgotten?
~W.H. Auden

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