collections | Oct 22, 2020 |
14 decidedly modern new ways to use white

When properly deployed, white can pop just as brightly as the most vibrant colors. Ahead, explore 14 of-the-moment ways to use white.

Jason Wu for Brizo Kitchen Collection
Jason Wu for Brizo Kitchen CollectionCourtesy of Brizo

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's Sonora pillow
Schumacher’s Sonora pillowCourtesy of Schumacher

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.

The Passion tile from Emser Tile
The Passion tile from Emser TileCourtesy of Emser TIle

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.

The Canopy wallpaper from Phillip Jeffries's Casting line
The Canopy wallpaper from Phillip Jeffries’s Casting linePhillip Jeffries

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 Laren walk-in closet in Aspen as designed by Doniphan Moore
The Laren Walk-In closet, as designed by Doniphan Moore Interiors for The Container StoreCourtesy of The Container Store

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.

The Lapidus chandelier from Sasha Bikoff for Currey & Company
The Lapidus two-tiered chandelier from Sasha Bikoff for Currey & CompanyCourtesy of Currey & Company

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.


The products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s new Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.

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