COLOR THEORY: THE RIGHT WHITE

From the appeal of the white-on-white kitchen to the allure of crisp, clean sheets and bedding at the end of a long day, the reasons to embrace white in design are endless. Flawless and striking, white can provide balance and help unify a room. Minimal yet impactful, it can also serve as a standout focal point or the perfect "pop" as an individual piece.

Inspired by white and its infinite charm, we've rounded up a few of our favorite looks and design picks featuring this light and neutral hue.

Timeless and classic, the all-white modern farmhouse kitchen (above) combines beauty and function with painted white cabinets and island and white marble slab, accented by subtle pops of oil-rubbed bronze on the hardware and pendant lighting.

Equally enduring, this all-white kitchen (above) mixes a marbled subway tile back splash with all-white cabinetry with pops of polished nickel on hardware and lighting. The frosted shades of the Hollywood pendants with art deco detail add to the all-white design.

Available in a variety of colors, our Butte cone pendant is beautiful and bold pictured above with spun-aluminum cone shade in white and a contrasting black cloth-covered cord.

Ceiling to floor white subway tiles with grey grout stand out in this classic bathroom design featuring the brass accents of our Tolson collection and a mix of vintage and new decor.

Awash with industrial-chic style, the white Alape sink, made from glazed steel, is simple and sturdy. A dark blue trim frames this clean and utilitarian form that's ideal in bathrooms, laundry rooms, and mud rooms.

Equally at home indoors and out, white shines in spaces throughout the home. Here, white Carson warehouse sconces illuminate an inviting picnic spread while Aurora stools in white beckon guests to get comfortable for the meal at hand.

Looking for more inspiration or have a favorite look in white of your own to add to the mix? Check out our #myonepiece page for more of our favorite looks and designs.