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Palette & Paints: Blue and White

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Palette & Paints: Blue and White

September 11, 2008

One of the time-honored color combinations: blue and white. For specific paint color ideas, see Palette & Paints: Pale Blues.

Above two photos: An interior on the Swedish archipelago, via Skona Hem.

Above: A kitchen by Tom Sheerer on the Bahamas.

Above: Designer Erin Martin used blue and white Beneditti tile from Country Floors' Majolique line in this Napa Valley kitchen, via House Beautiful.

Above: A bath suite in LA by Aqua Vitae Design.

Above: A collection of blue and white plates, via Living Etc.

Above: A bath by New York firm Murphy Burnham & Buttrick.

Above: A bedroom spotted on Emma's Designblogg.

Above: A room at the Anemi Hotel on the island of Folegandros in the Cyclades, designed by Stavros Papagiannis.

Above: A couch draped in hand-blocked fabrics and pillows from Les Indiennes.

Above: A room from the Toast catalog.

Above: A bedroom in Sweden from the portfolio of Alun Callender.

Above: Designer Tom Scheerer's own kitchen on the Bahamas.

Above: Stairs painted blue in a London house.

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