Originally Posted by Bounder
You've already been provided with several nuanced views. I think your room is either too white or not white enough. Dopey thinks the only two patterns in the room clash. Lefty has commented on the proportions. Manton suggested you get a fake Rothko.
None of those views were nuanced. More importantly, none were convincing. What constitutes too much white or too little? Lefty has stated that the proportions are wrong, but did not give a good argument for why.
Dopey's comment is the closest to useful. However, he is still wrong. My pattern-matching principles apply to outfits, which are worn by people. We do not see people the same way we see their environments. In the case of the former, we see one unit. In the case of the latter, we tend not to forget we are looking at many different elements.
Originally Posted by Fuuma
Foo does not have a "white room", he has a pale room and the idea is entirely fine, some cream, pale greys, white and beige. You guys need to calm the fuck down about his favoured colour scheme. I find it to be very joyous as it reminds me of Häagen-Dazs vanilla+butterscotch or whatever.
I would not personally want to do a truly white room (like the one you posted). I'm very glad that you don't hate ours though. The cross-section of people who like our space is encouraging.
Originally Posted by CBrown85
Why are you getting rid of the Eames? Love those things.
We're not getting rid of it--just moving it. We are replacing it with a Cappellini Lotus lounge chair.