Wood on White

Since this is my second post out of three with wood as the theme you dudes shouldn't have to do too much complex mathematics to figure out that I'm going au natural these days.  I know I know, i really want to slap myself upside the head for glancing more favorably towards some hum-drum wood table rather than a gold panther sculpture, but what if I told you I've been looking at the gold panther for 3 years and that I promise not to get rid of any of my other brass?  What if I promised that rather than the dark wood rooms you dudes chose to ignore 2 weeks ago, instead I show you wood surrounded by a sea of white light?  Can we be friends then?

Ok, I'm going to start with this open-air shower because I'm pretty sure you would have to be legally insane not to like it.  Look at that lovely teak floor against those white walls. Ok, if you do not like the counter tops you do not need to be committed, I don't particularly like them either but consider myself fit for life on the outside.


I'm going to say a big, fat yes to everything in this room with the exception of one item, can you guess what I'm leaving off my wish list?  Um, it's not that killer table


white + wood.  yes amazing. wish i lived here. blaa blaa blaa

This styling is kooky and really only appropriate for the photo shoot (someone remind me which overseas shelter mag this was) but you have to admit that the space is amazing and we would all collectively give our left arms to live here.  PS I feel the same way about the space in the photo above I just had a moment of laziness.  sue me.


This Kenyan artist's studio balances white + wood to perfection.  Anyone who's questionable on this one:  stop what you're doing and look around the space you're in right now.  This space is awesome.  The end. (btw I'm typing in the world's ugliest kitchen right now, so this photo is pretty much drool-central for me)

I do not need to insult the perfection that is this space with my stupid commentary.

Kisses to you all bros

PS welcome back erin!