A Note on Style: The Beauty of A Neutral Story

Is there anything more chic than a summer wardrobe based on warm neutrals? A closet filled with sandy beige, toasty tan, and milky whites makes getting dressed a breeze. The tones complement each other beautifully allowing for an effortless, streamlined path to looking both casual and elegant. The formula of mixing textures, tones and patinas is the key to an approachable less studied look that can be practiced in interior design as well. Think buttery leathers, textured linens, and bleached woods to achieve a look that’s as iconic as Frank Wynkoop’s 1951 Butterfly House, featured in the June 2018 issue of Architectural Digest.

photography by Douglas Friedman / Architectural Digest

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