The Lower East Side home ofÂ Daphne Javitch and Pali Xisto Cornelsen is just too beautiful. From the custom couch to the wood beams to the quirky pottery, this home has plenty of charm.
Even in homes that have a very white aesthetic (like mine), natural elements are a welcome addition. A piece of furniture or a small decorative bowl in wood, rattan, raffia, or wicker adds instant warmth to a space that is white-dominant. The spaces here prove just that.
via Style Curator
As you can see, the addition of natural textures works in modern and traditional spaces.
I came across this photo on my Pinterest travels, and I fell in love with it. Look at those windows! This is an incredible space, and there’s even more goodness around the whole home.
Who else goes on Realtor multiple times a week? A day? An hour? It can totally suck you in if you’re curious about real estate, right? Realtor (and the Canadian Real Estate Association) was one of the sponsors at BlogPodium, and I think the crowd laughed when we were asked the same questions prior to the Realtor-sponsored presentation! It’s hilarious. We’re either curious about our own neighbourhood, dreaming of other neighbourhoods (or cottages!), or, if you’re like me, you’re interested in the design details of the homes for sale.
I’ve been gathering images of white interior spaces from Realtor, and today seems like as good as time as any to finally hit publish on this post.
64 Hillcrest Dr., London, Ontario, $1,250,000 CAD
525 Princess Ave., London, Ontario, $1,649,900 CAD
686 Franklinway Cr. , London, Ontario, $2,995,000
6620 Concession 1, Puslinch, Ontario, $5,499,000
18A Westmount Park Rd., Toronto, Ontario, $10,018,000
361 Inglewood Dr., Toronto, Ontario, $8,380,000
16 Ashwood Cres., Toronto, Ontario, $2,548,000
4381 Lakeshore Rd., Clarington, Ontario, $2,500,000
Cool, right? I know these homes are listed in the millions, so if you come across any others below the million-dollar mark that you think are beautiful-in-white, get in touch!