Down here in Texas, I've been craving what you northerners have been taking for granted for months: some snow days. Last week, the hubs, Matt, my brother, Davis, his friend, Tom and I finally got our fix: 5 days in snowy Vail Colorado. I got to walk in honest-to-god snow and see my breath when I dared to step outside, it totally ruled. My trip also inspired this post of all white goodness. I'll bore you with some vacay pics first, then we'll move along to view the stuff you're here for: decor porn
Tom, Davis & me about to make our first run of the day. Note my big mug of chai, which I am rarely seen without.
Me, Matt, and Davis in our exceptionally fancy goggles
I monitor as Matt and Davis scrape 10 inches of overnight snowfall off my aunt's car
K-dawg in front of the stable where aunt Darlene's horse lives. Please keep in mind that I'm wearing, like, 45 pounds worth of snowboarding gear, which hides my teeny tiny 13 inch (approx) waist line.
Ok, no one likes to look at other people's pictures so I'll quit the tomfoolery and move on to the meat of the post.
Several Months ago I posted this Nathan Ables print available from Tiny Showcase. As fate would have it, Mr. Ables contacted the DC headquarters just days after my trip updating us on his newest work:
Nathan's almost all white print, Two Roofs, merged seamlessly with my plans for an all white post. Hooray, we're all winners. You may buy the limited edition print here
Clockwise from top left:
Bianco Pelle Quadatissimo (aka awesome ottoman) at myfab.com (It killed me not to post the gold version)
Snow Globe available here
DC fave: The Carlos Night Light, available here
Banana Bowl (also available in gold, hooray!) here
Cloud Umbrella from Joons Design
Design House, Muuto is stealing my heart six ways to Sunday with their plethora of oddly shaped white objects
Because I was feeling extra daring, I allowed myself to cruise over to the house of all things overpriced and unattainable, 1stdibs, just to glimpse at their white selection:
I could give you individual links to these items, but really, which of you readers is ready to shell out 25 large for a pair of hand chairs. If you've got that kinda cash here are the options I am willing to present: 1. call your decorator and tell her to get her ass on the case, or the better choice, 2. contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, I will gladly take some of that extra green off your, um, hands.
If I were ever honestly willing to pay 1st dibs style prices, the only thing I could imagine shelling out serious dough for would be my favorite light ever from innermost. There is no price mentioned on the site (surprise!) so I'm guessing it exceeds my $100 / light limit. Yes, I know, I know, I could make it. But who has time? Plus, I don't want it to end up looking like this.
Until now, my white obsession has mostly revolved around lamps, here are a few choice chairs to even things out:
clockwise from top:
Crochet Chair from whack-a-holic, Marcel Wanders
Chair that I can't find the name of from Mathieu Lehanneur
Tropicalia Chair from Moroso (it's really best in it's multi-colored version)
Bouquet Chair also from Moroso (not sure about that stand, though)
Hechima 4 chair via atelier 29
If you're looking for something lovely and white that is absolutely amazing but has no function what-so-ever, might I suggest this sculpture:
Kim Simonsson has a plethora of to-die-for pieces in her gallery, most of them make me swoon with their mixture of white and gold, but I wanted to stay on task like a good little blogger.
As I can't afford a single item in my post today, but love clusters of white oddities, I've taken to buying toys from the thrift store and spray painting them white. Here are 2 pieces from my, very slowly growing, collection. Total cost: $3.75