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While some still feel like it's a faux pas to wear white after Labor Day, others embrace winter whites in fashion and home decorating. Winter white decor, whether permanently or decoratively for the festivities, is a gorgeous, glamorous way to go. Check out some super chic inspiration to decorate with Winter Whites below.
Living Rooms are a space where winter whites can really shine. Decorative home accessories in an all white palette add a new and interesting feel for winter. These wintry white living rooms work whether you want a rustic or a modern look; no matter what design style, these white living rooms are classic.
Dining Rooms can really make a statement either accented or completely designed in white. Make sure you and your guests are neat and tidy otherwise these stylish white rooms will be a big mess after a holiday dinner party. And if you are nervous to go completely white in the dining room, try beautiful white table decorlike flowers, vases and lace placemats.
White kitchens and bathrooms have a wonderfully pristine, chic feel to them. While I would personally destroy a white kitchen, others who favor take out menus to recipe books can certainly enjoy a winter white kitchen. Powder rooms or master bathrooms are stunning in all white, and with so many beautiful white stone options, this is a popular look for any home.
Image Credits: Wedluxe, A Piece Apart, Pinterest, Country Living, Elle Decor, Decorpad, Apartment Therapy, Beautifulism.
Allison Rosenberg has had the opportunity to call California, Michigan, Australia, and Argentina home at different periods in her life, with many other stops along her journey. She received degrees from the University of Michigan in film production and theory and from FIDM/LA in interior design. She works freelance in interior design in Los Angeles, and has recently taken to the road with her husband to discover and write about design around the world.
She loves to travel, uncover, and explore and has a soft spot for art deco antiques. While not at work, you will often find her in a movie theater, trying out a new recipe or between the pages of a design magazine.