I know people who say that the reason they want to own a house is so they can paint the walls any color they wish. I live in an apartment and I can paint the walls any color I wish, so long as I paint them back to white when I move out. But personally, I don't see the point of having walls that are colored. I suspect it is because in my house, you don't see much wall. The living room has one wall of glass, one wall of 8-foot books shelves, and one wall open to the rest of the house. The one remaining wall is "blank" and is kind of restful after those other walls. And I use the word blank in quotes, because it has it's far share of stuff in front of or on it. The rest of the house follows the same idea.
The whitest room in the house is the kitchen because someone painted the cabinets white and put white tile on the floor. I get that was probably done so it wouldn't feel so claustrophobic but frankly, white kitchens are a pain to keep clean. I once had a poorly lit kitchen that had dark brown cabinets and industrial grade indoor/outdoor brown carpet. Now, that's the way to go. No one can see if the place is a sty or not!
Since overall my house is so busy, don't mind the bits of white walls peeking through, or even the white on white kitchen. White is considered clean, open, and simple (unless it is in a kitchen or at least my kitchen).
I've seen some white on white crisp, clean cards lately and thought I'd try my hand at one.
So that's my card!
The Fine Print: If the lack of cleanliness in my kitchen bothers you, the cleaning supplies are under the kitchen sink, knock yourself out! Embossing folder by QuickKutz, swirl diecut by Magnolia,poinsettia diecut by A Muse Studio, clear jeweled brad by Recollections.