The beautiful range of colors and patterns stand out so well against the white background. I tried to picture this vignette with a different wall color, but, each time, I kept going back to the white walls. I think I have finally learned to appreciate white walls.
Though most of the walls in my home are white, it was initially because we moved in when I was pregnant and I didn't want to be exposed to any paint fumes. I used to harbor fantasies of one day painting every room in the house, preferably a warm color. No more.
Certainly not after seeing these great images from the website belonging to Danish designer Rie Elise Larsen.
Rie Elise Larsen
The photo above is definitely going into my permanent inspiration files. I don't remember if I've ever told you about my fondness for cubbies of all kinds, including printer's trays.
The sweet mobile shown in the photo above is inspiring all sorts of craftiness on our end here.
Just look at all the white in the photo above. It would be such a design crime to have it any other way.
If you like the images above, you may be interested in taking a virtual tour of Rie Elise Larsen's home, found on Bo Bedre here. Here are a couple images from that tour.
Can you imagine the delicious conversations that take place at that tiny white table? And, of course, I had to post this delightful kid's room.