Winter Whites

by Grace Bonney

Among friends and even some casual acquaintances, I’m often considered the Wednesday Addams of the group. Not because I’m creepy and angry but because I’m most frequently decked out head to toe in black. Despite my complete and total love of hot pink and glitter, I typically dress like a stagehand. Owning a white cat makes my penchant for black especially difficult, so I’ve been trying (slowly . . .) to integrate whites into my wardrobe and home. Not only does it allow me to get more in the mood for winter, but it also helps me camouflage the degree to which Turk’s fur has claimed every object in my house. So for today’s roundup, I searched online high and low to find the best winter whites out there. I’ve focused on my favorite 35 pieces for this post, but you can see my full research picks (including 43 picks that didn’t make the cut) right here on Pinterest. xo, grace

Image above: 1. Dupatta Scarf, $120 | 2. Vate Pendant, $8 | 3. White Pendants, $165+ | 4. Kasbah Rug, $179+ | 5. Ford Chair, $395 | 6. Ceramic Candlestick Holders, $75 | 7. Provence Linens, $420 | 8. Ceramic Bud Vases, $22 | 9. Glitter Twine, $22 for 2 | 10. Colorblock Basket, $118

Image above: 1. Pyramid Wallpaper, $398 | 2. Slip Mug, $2.50 | 3. Harbor View Necklace, $200 | 4. Knit Pouf, $180 | 5. Ceramic Knob, $10 | 6. Ceramic Cake Stand, $65 | 7. Glass Globes, $15+ each | 8. Birch Straws, $8 | 9. Cotton Stem, $10 | 10. Essai Chair, $295 | 11. Enamel Butter Pot, $45

More winter whites after the jump . . .

Image above: 1. Frances Palmer Vase, $150 | 2. Knotted Pillow Cover, $34 | 3. Ceramic Side Table, $129 | 4. Enamel Coffee Pot, $150

Image above: 1. Rectangle Planter, $28 | 2. Ceramic Teardrop Planter, $24 | 3. Cookie Jar, $50 | 4. Morten Table Lamp, $150 | 5. Lace Coasters, $19

Image above: 1. Celestial Coasters, $32 | 2. Open Spaces Mug, $24 | 3. Coral Sconce, $398 | 4. Mop Bucket, $19

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