Light and Bright Dream Home Decorating
A study for daydreaming
Pretty garden colors and a water view make daydreaming a daily hazard for Barb when she works in her study. The glass-topped table was made from an old garden gate.
Barb uses the same white paint on every wall and piece of molding. She has no favorite white; the brands have changed from house to house. But it has to be a pure white, she insists, "not cream."
She chooses fabrics or wallpaper patterns with a white background and keeps the decor interesting by including architectural details, textures and touches of color in patterns. "I'd rather have few things that make statements than more that create visual clutter," Barb says.