Blue and white in any form; Chinese porcelain, french toile, delftware, sapphires, Iznik tiles, the Carribean sea, our favorite color combination – the scheme that always pleases!
It never ceases to amaze seeing a new interpretation on our old favorite or simply appreciating the iconic rooms that have paved the way.
This brings us to the FIFTH CHALLENGE!
To enter (for you blue and white fans)
Post a picture of one of your rooms: a still life, a vignette, or a collection of your favorite blue and white objects.
Submit by Wednesday, May 6th at 7pm. We will announce the winner the following day.
Make sure to hashtag #myblueandwhitechallenge
PRIZE will be a one of a kind flower of the month from the Charlotte Moss and Tommy Mitchell collection. Part of a special collaboration between Charlotte and Tommy, these flowers of the month are birth flowers that come in blue and white cachepots – from the sublime sweet pea to the everlasting honeysuckle, every month is created in wonderful detail and is one of a kind.
Here are some of our favorite rooms that have paved the way:
Chateau de Mouton, Library
Château Mouton, the wine estate of the Rothschild’s is located in the village of Pauillac in the Médoc region north-west of France. The famous library conceived by Pauline de Rothschild is blue velvet and only blue velvet.
Louise de Vilmorin
In her Living Room at Chateau de Vilmorin (Verrières-le-buisson) with a fabric produced now by Brunschwig & Fils, “Verrieres.”
Villa La Fiorentina in Cap d’Antibes for Mrs. and Mrs. Harding Lawrence
His iconic Kips Bay Bedroom using the Verrieres fabric once again
Nate Berkus and Anne Coyle
To get your wheels turning head on over to C’est Inspire to see some of the blue and white from our work!
Get inspired, and good luck!