For the third installment in our White Out series (first, second), I’m sharing two photos that Susan sent me from her summer travels to Paris and the UK. First up is the very white window display spotted at a Kenzo shop in Paris.
Kenzo shop window in Paris, France; photo by Susan S.
And the second photo definitely put a smile on my face. I need to find my way to this place one day (or at least make a similar sign for my own home!).
Villa Jordana – outside London, UK; photo by Susan S.
Thanks for sending these photos my way Susan. I’m happy (and proud) that you spotted some white during your travels.
See something fabulously white? Take a photo and submit it to me at whitecabana [at] gmail [dot] com.
I’m happy to announce that we are starting a new series on the blog today! White Out will be a monthly (for now) post featuring the work and photos by our readers. If you see something white that catches your eye – cool architecture, innovative product, great design in any form – snap a photo and send it our way. Each month we will post our favourite images.
So – let’s kick off the series with a couple of photos that have landed in my email inbox and Twitter feed over the last few weeks. While the subject matter of the photos is so completely different, I love that they have one thing in common – repetition. The repetitive, but very different, forms in each of these photos have definitely caught my eye.
NYC architecture, photo by Alisha H.
I am so happy when someone sees white and thinks of White Cabana! Thank you to our first couple of readers for sharing your photos.
Note: You can send your photos of delights in white to me at whitecabana (at) gmail (dot) com.