At our mid-Atlantic home, my wife and I have the opportunity to enjoy only a few days of snow each year, so we usually take the time to walk a bit and grab a few photos. The images seldom capture nature's full beauty, invariably looking like old black-and-whites, mostly a muted gray with no color whatsoever. That changed this winter, as a single male cardinal, decked out in his magnificent scarlet glory, sat on a bare branch against the white blanket outside our window. It was stunning that such a little bird could utterly dominate so vast a view, but it was the contrast that did it. To a great extent, the same is true of Nameless' interior, designed by Luca Dini. White Carrara marble and white leather by Foglizzo, broken only by a few pieces of stainless-steel and mahogany trim, create an understated backdrop that forces you to focus on the spectacular examples of modern art that the owner has chosen to display aboard. Even the furnishings are stark white, with just a few brightly colored pillows for contrast. It's a fantastic plan, allowing a complete change of decor simply by changing the art.