In one of the home's bedrooms, David and Kortney kept the design simple and bright. A neutral wall color reflects the natural light let into the space from the room's large window. Kortney added color and texture through the patterns she combined in the space, keeping the room's design bright and stylish.
To maintain the farmhouse feel, designers kept the wainscoting that already existed in the space, but updated it with a coat of paint that continues the neutral color palette into the dining room. A vintage, farmhouse table further continues the design, while the chairs surrounding it have been painted black to make them seem more modern. The sliding barn door separates the dining room and kitchen from the rest of the house, maintaining the vintage style. Finally, color is added to the space through the aqua pendant light and the broadway letter B light, completing the updated, farmhouse design of the space.
This project is all about classic elements with pops of color. Black and white is set as the foundational pallet, with bold color and pieces accenting the space, leaving your senses feeling excited and happy.
A peek into the kitchen from the dining room reveals a chic, white space with pops of color found in the barstools and accessories. The graphic gray and white backsplash visually draws your eye into the space.
Neutral walls are brought to life with pops of color in this open concept dining room. A contemporary light fixture above the dining area anchors the space, while beautiful patterned drapes add privacy to the room.
A fresh coat of light colored paint and sleek but cozy couches make a huge difference in the formerly drab room. The pops of color throughout and the unique art keep the space young and current. As seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling With the Property Brothers.
This view of the porch shows the clearly defined dining and sitting areas. The bright white dining table, cushioned chairs and sectional pop against the neutral background. The table settings and throw pillows add bright pops of color for a summer look.
In this work area, designers continued the industrial design of the building by adding metal shelving to the back of the space and metal overhead lights to give staffers a more focused source of light. They even left the brick exposed, adding to the effect. To soften up the harshness of a truly industrial style, thought, designers added a brightly colored striped rug and other pops of color throughout the space.
As seen on Buying and Selling, Drew and Scott designed Daniel and Vanessa's kitchen to have a clean, contemporary look. With grey custom cabinets and a white subway tile back splash, the space is warm and inviting. They use natural pops of color such as the fruit and flowers to brighten up the space. See it at hgtv.com.
Because the backdrop and furnishings of this New York City living room are styled in soft, monochromatic hues, designer Kathie Chrisicos was able to infuse pops of strong color in the art and accessory selections. Especially fetching is the abstract art behind the sofa in an orange-red hue, along with the vase of orange, yellow and pink roses that enlivens the coffee table. These colors add depth and drama to the design.
The trey ceiling, crown molding, and classic wood furnishings create an overall traditional feel to this dining room. The grayish blue color palette is accentuated by pops of yellow in the chair upholstery and candle vases.
This bedroom is fit for the modern young girl. It features contemporary style with pops of pink for color and whimsical art. The built in wall scone and daybed maximizes space without sacrificing style.
Updating your kitchen island can be as simple as clearing it off and re-accessorizing. This chunky cutting board topped with an aqua pitcher and mugs brings the color of the dining area rug into the kitchen. The pop of green from the apples ties in the green from the rug as well, creating a visual flow.