Off-white pottery pops against a dark background.

Photo by Laura Moss, styling by Rebecca Omweg

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Wishing to set off her creamware pottery, Hilary suggested the browns and blues that run through the house. To make Hilary's pottery pop, Nestor painted the back of the display shelves a contrasting deep brown. He also added shades of white and touches of orange and gold to the overall color scheme. The consistent palette formalizes the rooms, while subdued linens and cottons keep them pretty.
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