A little color goes a long way in this predominantly gray dining room. Two white pendants illuminate the dining table while a pair of floor lamps flank a colorful abstract painting in vibrant oranges and blues. Staging with fresh flowers and bowls of colorful fruit bring additional splashes of color to the room.
Bring texture, color and pattern to the living room with eye-catching window treatments. Here, bold hues from the window treatments are repeated in the throw pillows to inject color into the sleek, gray sectional. A large fireplace with classic moldings acts as the focal point of the room.
Patterned blue throw pillows add color to the contemporary gray sectional in this comfortable living space. A nesting coffee table is perfect for entertaining since it adds more surface space when needed. Abstract art on the walls make a bold statement.
Candy apple red pairs with royal blue and kelly green to create a striking color story in this eclectic living room. The walls and artwork boast calming shades of gray, offering a more subtle backdrop that allows the bold, colorful pieces to pop.
Color and pattern come together to energize this transitional living room with spunk and pizzazz. Deep yellow artwork creates a focal point, and a Greek key patterned rug helps ground the seating area.
Artist Erin Adams crafted the handmade, custom glass tile backplash in this transitional California kitchen. The unique vertical design and bright colors provide a strong focal point for the space and complement the homeowner's favorite art glass pieces.
The custom-made rug and stainless steel coffee table provide the ultimate family-friendly treatment for this heavily used room. The rug, along with the artwork in the dining room, adds color and movement to the space.
The white walls are extended from the common areas into the bedrooms and private spaces. To add pops of color, though, this bed is clad in pink and navy geometric bed linens. At the foot of the bed, a distressed, zebra print bench provides extra seating and a little bit of fun, while a sliding door separates this bedroom from the rest of the house.
Mix bright colors with earth tones. Designer Steve McKenzie, who owns Steve McKenzie’s in Atlanta, kept the bedding a soft cream so that the decor and colors could be changed easily without having to replace everything. The headboard and armoire are from AmericasMart.