Lifestyle blogger Leah Forester puts white paper lanterns against this Gray Malin photograph to beautiful effect. White on white perfection.
The one can’t-go-wrong, must-have color for any summer interior is… you guessed it, white. White epitomizes timelessness, working well in residential, commercial and event design. As décor, white contrasts and illuminates everything around it, creating subtle dimension to alluring effect. If you want to make white the star of your palette, the right layering of soft tones will give your space a crispness and intensity in contrast to any pop of color you throw into the mix.
Luna contributor and lifestyle blogger Leah Forester featured our white paper lanterns in her Venice, California beachside townhouse against Gray Malin’s Hitchhiker with stunning success. The temptation might be to use color against this photograph – to bring out more color – but her minimalist approach makes it fresh, modern, and turns white into the main event! Brava, Leah.
Capiz Shell Candle Holders
Also known as mother-of-pearl, these delicate Capiz shell candle holders are hand-crafted in the Philippines. Each piece of shell is hand-cut and wrapped in gold or silver foil for an especially exotic look. Translucent and opalescent, they provide a soft and shimmery candlelight glow. For use with our flameless tea lights or regular tea lights.
Milky white and wonderful. Until now you’d have to hunt through tag sales, flea markets, and your grandmother’s attic to build such a unique collection. Milk Glass, also known as Opal Glass, was first created in 16th century Venice. Now it is seen as quintessentially vintage, fresh, simple, delicate, and complimentary to virtually any color scheme.
Shisha Throw Pillows
White on white with white light. Featuring super soft cotton embellished with sparkling mirrored glass and intricate embroidery in a four-line motif, these pillows are a perfect shimmery accent. Our Shisha Throw Pillows are completely hand stitched and crafted in the homes of farmers between growing seasons, carrying on a tribal tradition dating back to 13th century Persia.