Denise Richards loves white, did you know? Denise Richards is a well known Hollywood star, and has gained a reputation of being the girl next door. Who wouldn't want her as your best friend? Cameras capture her very down to earth persona, and really reveal how much of a nice woman she really is. She appeared on Dancing with the Starts and had her own reality show called Denise Richards, It's Complicated. Her reality show gave America a peek into her everyday life, and her home which is decorated in exceptional shabby chic taste. Her wallpaper really stuck out in some of the rooms that were featured, along with some of the exceptional furniture.
Decorating in white really opens up your home to appearing clean, bright and refreshing. White furniture will make your room space appear much bigger. Distressing furniture adds interest to white painted furniture. Accenting in white based fabrics with bold colorful designs can give you a bit of color in your home. Here are some of our favorite furniture pieces that you can buy today based on her style that you can use for getting the look in your own home.
Gerber Slipcover, Vintage Floral Pillow, Toile Blue Furniture Slipcover , Pinzon Plumeria Canvas Print, Royal Albert Old Country Roses , Chintz Cup and Saucers, Set of 4
Chintz Set of 4 Canvas Prints, Sandra's Rose Bone China Chintz
Antique White Swivel Top Verona Stool- 30", Porcelain Bowl Plate in White Finish - Cherry Blossom, 36" Decorative Cottage-Style Fluted Planter with Distressed White Finish, Giftmark French Style Medalium Arm Chair, Old Hickory Tannery French Parlor Chair Taupe
White Architectural Designs From Maison21 Blog
Featured On Inspiring Interiors Blog
A mirrored French trumeau adds depth to the dining room and white pine paneling conceals built-in storage for vases and stemware. A pretty chandelier and white furnishings complete the romantic look. From Country Home Magazine
Eliminate upper cabinets on one wall of the kitchen to open up a small space. A floating shelf offers additional storage and a mirror creates the illusion of space. The cabinets are made from reclaimed pine doors. The door panels were cut up, bleached, then finished with gesso and a coat of paste wax. Check out more images of this house.
White Kitchens From Country Home Magazine