Monday, September 3, 2007

More White Hot Rooms

Random clippings of more great white rooms.









PS - I still want to be Sophia Coppola.

11 comments:

the House of Beauty and Culture said...

The 2nd and the 4th images get my vote.
What is going on in the 3rd?
Is that what is colloquially known as a "hot mess"?

katiedid said...

I am a sucker for white! :)

Cote de Texas said...

Yeah, who doesn't?

ALL THE BEST said...

I LOVE the 2nd image, especially the art.

franki durbin said...

when I look back over the past year, I see I have written no less than four 'white hot room' posts. I try to resist, but I continue to 'rediscover' their beauty all over again.

And to repeat what cote de texas said....who doesn't want to be sophia?! ;)

Habitually Chic said...

I want to be Sophia too! I think she should give hope to anyone who was a gawky teenager that they too can turn into a talented beauty.

Kim said...

Yummy white rooms! Thanks so much for this post! I do love white anything. Walls, furniture, accessories, whatever. My husband thinks it's crazy to decorate with lots of white (especially with our black cat), but I just can't resist a white hot room.

Hello BTW. I am adding you to my Blogroll! Great site.

decorno.blogspot.com said...

Hi Kim - I am glad you are also defiantly in love with white despite having a critter. My pug leaves a trail of fur everywhere, but that can't stop me from hardwoods and white, white, white.

I added you to my blog roll. Thanks for reading my blog!

coco+kelley said...

PS - me too. And i love the second room. I have it saved in my inspirations file!

robyn said...

Cute wagon coffee table, I must have missed this post earlier. Love Sophia.

beachbungalow8 said...

i want to be sofia too. except she sort of seems like an idiot savant. so, well taken care of all of her lovely life that she hasn't had to figure out the basics, like how to drive a car (i know, i know, she's a 'new yorker'. sort of)

i once read an article and the interviewer hung out with her in L.A. and the angle of the article made her seem like a total artsy ding-bat whose family (read: older brothers) were always looking after her-- because she was so incapable.

still....i'd be her.