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There’s nothing quite as relaxing as curling up with your favorite warm beverage and a good book or newspaper. Winter evenings by the fireside and breezy fall afternoons are a time to enjoy the little details of life and to be reminded of who and what is important in your life. White and black mugs are the perfect canvas for your beverage and your favorite photos. Invite a smile with each sip when you add your favorite snapshots to your mug collection.
White is the perfect backdrop in many applications. From dinnerware, to cabinetry, this hue works hard to showcase whatever is in, on or around it. It is popularly used in fine restaurants and kitchens because it powerfully highlights particulars. Serve your favorite meal atop white dinnerware to wow your guests with both taste and presentation.
When using white in the kitchen, it’s essential to understand how this shade interacts with materials used for both construction and decoration. White is somewhat of a showoff, revealing the details of craftsmanship, and thus works extremely well to highlight expensive materials or furnishings.
If you have showpieces or a few boldly-colored items, white is the perfect backdrop, focusing all eyes and attention on these pops of color. Many kitchen designers pair warm woods with white for a balanced look that prevents any sterile feeling from creeping in.
Before you head to the local home improvement store and buy a gallon or two of white paint, spend some time browsing samples. White actually contains all colors of the light spectrum, and has many different shades, depending on the ratios of color in the combination. Bring home a few sample chips and see how they look next to your flooring or other materials before making a final choice. Once you’ve found that perfect match, be sure to include a few accessories, such as canvas prints, to personalize your classic look.