About a year ago, I made the poor decision to paint our entire upstairs Farrow and Ball Joa’s White. I liked it at first because I was craving change, but soon after I realized I had made a terrible mistake, and have lived with it since because…baby.
But a few weeks ago, Angelo asked “if you had a day to yourself, what would you do?” and I’m ashamed to admit that the first thing that came to my mind was painting a room. It’s cathartic for me. So now, I’ve decided I’m going to paint our upstairs…again. This time one of my all-time favorite creamy whites, Farrow and Ball White Tie, which I previously used in my old office (before I painted it green)…
and on my current office ceiling:
I started sharing some white rooms that inspired me on my IG stories, but realized I had so many more to share. I’m typically drawn to warm white paint vs. cool white paint, and I find that white walls really allow you to play with color and pattern throughout a space.
I adore Betsy Anderson Interiors use of white paint *and* green + white in her designs. The last three images are some of my favorite rooms from her portfolio
I feel like this paint color looks similar to Benjamin Moore White Dove. Everything about this room is so dreamy, it’s one of my favorite examples of how white walls allow the elements in the room to pop!
Very inspired to display my own Wedgwood collection just like this.
My friend Connor designed this room and it’s so dreamy!
Via Anne Wagoner Interiors
Via Ariel Okin
Via John Bossard
Anna Louise Wolfe
Via Maria Beck
I loveee white walls with a contrast/color trim! Via Sarah Bartholomew Design
Last two images also via Sarah Bartholomew Design
Last three images via Paloma Contreras
Via Amy Berry
Via Nicola Bathie
Via Clary Bosbyshell
Via Dunbar Road
Via Chauncey Boothby Interiors
Hope you enjoyed this roundup! Next week I plan to share fun ways to add visual interest to your walls without adding molding or wallpaper. Have a great week!
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