Wednesday, October 19, 2011

White with Tan Interiors

Lately I’ve been drawn to rooms that are mainly white with tan. There’s something very calming about the combination that has me intrigued. I also love when there’s a hint of a third colour in the mix, especially; green, blue, orange or coral. Here’s a round up of white with tan interiors… enjoy!

powell and bonnell

w & t mae brunken design

the lennox

style @ home white & tan

elle decor

rue magazine

barbara purdy design

Lisa Kauffman via vtinteriors

richard bubnowski design


house beautiful 2

style @ home

We often see white with tan and a hint of blue or green in beach-inspired spaces so I tried to keep this round up away from the water.

Photo Credits; Powell & Bonnell, Mae Brunken Design, the Lennox, Style at Home, Rue Magazine, Lisa Kauffman via VT Interiors, Richard Bubnowski Design, Houzz, House Beautiful and Style at Home


LifestyleBohemia said...

I love these neutral tones. They make a room look so bright & airy.
Great inspiration photos!

Amelia @ House Pretty said...

I'm working on a similar colour scheme for our master bedroom - thanks for the inspiration!

Cove and Grey said...

Love all of these photos! I did a post today on monochromatic rooms...great minds think alike :)

Carissa @ the Fabulous Design File said...

Those are all so gorgeous! I love white with tan.

Erica M. said...

Those are all awesome. White & tan is a very clean & simple look.

Amanda Hill said...

Hi I am new to your blog and totally smitten! You have really great taste and style! Becoming a follower so I can pop back often xoxo!

Art Home Furnishings said...

When you are using white with tan for interiors its better to make the upholsteries a bit bright. Otherwise it can provide a bland look to the room.

TLC_Designs said...

I recently did a post on ALL_WHITE interiors - I can relate to liking a space with a soft palette and neutral finishes. Love these images, Wendy.

*Tania @

Shauna@Satori Design for Living said...

I'm a huge fan of white interiors. Mixing in tan brings an element of warmth and makes the space livable and comfortable. Great job!

Linda in AZ * said...

*** This is my first time here, and I am smitten with what you shared! I'll be doing more backreading later!!!

Annnnnd, I was pleasantly SHOCKED to see the THIRD PIC with the round mirror (w/ lead "dividers") over the fireplace, as I have had THAT MIRROR since the mid 70's~~~ "YESSIREEBOB"!!!!!!!!! Mine was signed by the "artist" that made it (it weighs a TON!) and I've had it in the storage garage for about 6 years now, & I'd sort of "forgotten" about it... It looks soooo fab in that third pic that I am going to ask my sweetie to get it out of our storage garage for me!!! Nowwww, to FIND a PLACE for it...

Thank you!

Linda in AZ *


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