If I am ever wrong to put the Roman numerals of the decorative week, let me know, because they are already starting to move away from what we could call my comfort zone with this convoluted way of showing the cardinals. My love for mathematics would have resented having lived in Rome a couple of millennia ago.
Numerical matters aside, today I am going to dedicate the walk to the white decorative blogs. Because I have the worker already starting to paint, and it is the color that I have chosen for the walls of my house - it was an open secret, so do not be surprised - and because it has always been my favorite non-color .
So, to start big, I invite you to go through the blog of The bureau, to see his post entitled "Blanco". You can imagine what it contains, and if not, I tell you: countless beautiful photos of a house on the outskirts of Copenhagen in which he is the protagonist.
However, as perhaps so much white is excessive even for its most staunch defenders, I have decided to also choose this vintage attic that taught us yesterday Virlova in his homonymous blog. Quite more like the feeling I want to get, to the surprise of my blog partners and family, who have always considered me an exacerbated minimalist.
As a counterpoint, I bring you a classic apartment renovated in black and white, as they claim in Boho Deco Chic, is a fusion between the old, the rescued and the new. Maybe too anarchic for my gridded mind, but surely there are those who are excited.
Continuing with the white, I bring you a material that has me in love, and that if it were not because my budget has already suffered several setbacks and fattening, I would look on the countertop of my kitchen and on the floor and walls of my new bathroom: white Carrara marble; that wonders speak to us from Delight.
Nor do I forget to remind you to take a look at the Ibersotar Coral Beach, a warm beach hotel in Marbella where white is very protagonist, although in a colonial style that I only enjoy when it is not the house I live in.
To finish, and not to end in white, I have brought you two gifts: on the one hand, the before and after the work area of Penelope; on the other, some works of an engraving master like Josep Miquel who teaches us Chic & Deco.
I say goodbye, as I have been doing lately, with a cleaning recommendation, this time, that they don't tell you stories to avoid aspiring. And with that, I leave you within VII days, in next decorative week, an appointment I hope you do not miss.