pretty white

Feels like forever since I’ve done a Wednesday white post.  Today we enjoy a little parade of white homes and a bonus goodie I found for you.  This item is perfect for a spring design project and so pretty!  Nothing better than kicking back with some classic architectural beauty and some daydreaming to get you through the rest of your week.

I can never, ever get enough of classic white houses with black shutters.  They’re like candy to me.

And if they have vines along the exterior?  Even better.  Although I’ve heard foliage growing on a home can be damaging to the outside.  Gardening experts, is this true?

I could seriously deal with escaping for a lazy day (or week) by this gorgeous pool and petite guest house with my husband and our closest friends…and an endless supply of delicious food and beverages.   This set up has everything on my wish list.  Can I go now, please?  Designed by Peter Zimmerman Architects.

Bonus goodie:  I found this gorgeous white garden stool (here) for a great price and LOVE the graphic element of the beaded pattern.  Definitely a spring fave!!

Happy hump day!

 images via pinterest

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  1. Elizabeth OConnell says:

    Regarding growing vines on your home, on stone, stucco and brick it wont permanently damage the surface but if you ever do pull it, its a lot of work to clean. Obviously keep it off wood and away from your roof, vines especially ivy can do serious damage to gutters, eaves and roof etc…

  2. Seleta says:

    Thanks for the 411, Elizabeth!


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