When properly deployed, white can pop just as brightly as the most vibrant colors. Ahead, explore 14 of-the-moment ways to use white.
Brizo — Jason Wu Kitchen Collection
Fashion designer Jason Wu uses a matte white finish to bring freshness to familiar forms in his new kitchen line for Brizo. The faucet handles come in a matching white or, in a flourish akin to a well-placed accessory, in a nickel or wood finish.
Schumacher — Sonora pillow
Featuring a fun, fringed chevron, Schumacher’s Sonora textile makes for the perfect throw pillow, proving that pattern and texture are a match made in design heaven.
Emser Tile — Summer/Fall 2020
White tiles like Emser’s glazed porcelain Passion or ceramic Raku have a grounding presence, but when they catch the light, they transform into shining showstoppers.
Phillip Jeffries — Casting Collection
Inspired by the architectural elements of carved marble motifs, the Casting wallcovering from Phillip Jeffries comes in three designs, Channels, Rain and Canopy, each done in a matte white to create an artisanal effect that stylishly evokes plaster.
The Container Store — 2020 Custom Closets
With everyone spending more time at home these days, a well-organized house has become the ultimate luxury. The Container Store’s Laren Walk-In closet, in a wintry-white finish called Aspen, features glass doors and LED lighting that would make even Marie Kondo swoon.
Currey & Company — Sasha Bikoff Collection
New York–based designer Sasha Bikoff was inspired by the iconic Fontainebleau resort in Miami Beach for this collection. The six white Lapidus fixtures (two chandeliers, two pendants, a wall sconce and a table lamp), named for the hotel’s architect, Morris Lapidus, echo the shape of the building’s arches and cheese-hole patterns.
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