WHITE CLUS­TER

Rutherglen Reformer - - House & Home -

In­ter­est­ing white ob­jects in a group act as an eye-catch­ing fea­ture in a space.

“The joy of group­ing white ob­jects to­gether is that while they may vary slightly in shade, this only adds to the in­ter­est they pro­vide when dis­played in a pleas­ing clus­ter,” says Karen.

“Pay par­tic­u­lar at­ten­tion to the shape, ma­te­ri­als, height and place­ment of ob­jects, to en­sure that, whether they’re show­cased in front of a dark or light wall, their form is eas­ily de­fined.”

Form hexagon shelf in black and white, £10 each, B&Q

LSA In­ter­na­tional Cash­mere vase, white matte, £60, Black By De­sign

Peb­ble high gloss s side tables,ables, £119 each, Danetti

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