White Works Wonders

Snow-capped shades drift onto a sleighful of design elements and cool accessories


 ublished: December 3, 2014

EuroAmerica Design offers a variety of colors and textures from European and domestic lines for kitchens, baths, furniture, wardrobes, and lighting, but one trend that’s being seen across the board is using white — whether for a space that’s modern, traditional, or transitional. According to Rob Nusbaum (right), president and CEO of EuroAmerica Design, white is popular for several reasons. “It’s neutral and goes with a lot of different décors,” Nusbaum says, adding, “light colors give the impression that the spaces are larger.” Nusbaum says that with European design, gloss and matte lacquers are often used over solid white. (The bed and closets shown at right are by Hülsta.) “You can get different looks with the same color by using texture.” 1699 Stutz Dr., Troy, —Jamie Fabbri


White carved deer head

$299, Arhaus, Somerset Collection, Troy,


Crispy II vase

$39, BoConcept, Birmingham,


Ironware International Bella lamp

Price upon request, through Rozmallin, Michigan Design Center, Troy,