Almost every modernist we know harbors a secret (or not-so-secret) longing for an all-white room. Most kiss that dream goodbye once kids enter the picture. But why should they? Considering how many classic pieces have been rendered in wipeable plastic or fiberglass, it's still possible to live your dream. We found this picture on the Flickr photostream belonging to Marc, father to Nina Lou, whose wonderfully eclectic room we toured last week.
Pictured from left to right are the Panton chair, Eero Aarnio's puppy, and an Eames molded plastic rocker. We might even let our child eat a grape popsicle in this room. Maybe.