Design lesson of the day (just in case you were doubting it for a second) is that white definitely can be a wow for interiors. Case in point is the NYC home of (the former "serial renter", according to AD) Donny Deutch. From the Damien Hirst medicine cabinet above the sofa to the giant quilted headboard to the pristine hard-edged kitchen, this is one sleek, decidedly non-vanilla, white home.
Filled with art and fantastic furnishings, the photos of the project by designers Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper are totally compelling. It's such a very contemporary direction for an 1880's home but it feels just right - it's a classic in it's one way and suits the sophisticated bones of the space.
Don't take my word for it, check it out yourself: Architectural Digest