In this open concept living area, the white rug and sectional serve as a muted backdrop for splashes of color throughout the space. Blues, pale greens, even a hint of pink from the flower arrangement on the table wake up the room.
How's this for a blissful bedroom setting? Charming blue and white fabric printed with fish is used for the curtains across the door and the shade. The color motif is carried through on the bed. And through the doors, a dreamy pool awaits.
White curtains with a soft blue pattern frame the french doors on the wall of this living room. A dark blue sofa pulls out the color in the curtains and adds a heavier shade to the light and airy look of the room. A striped armless chair is cushioned with a gray throw pillow while the couch throw pillows add an extra touch of brighter color for a fun finish.
Replace boring pantry doors with an attractive curtain instead. It’s an easy and inexpensive way to add style and minimize clutter. If your kitchen already has a lot of patterns, then opt for a calm, neutral fabric. But if your space is minimally decorated, choose something with a little more color and flair, like this pantry curtain installed by Clay Snider Interiors for Dwell with Dignity to create soothing homes for families struggling with homelessness and poverty.
An English blue and white floral pattern transcends this room, from the wallpaper to the curtains to the bedding to the headboard. A blue vase sits on a two-shelf side table in the room designed by Sarah Bartholomew for a Southeastern Designer Showhouse in Atlanta. The window treatment, upholstery, headboard and coverlet are Bennison Fabrics’ American Resist pattern.
A wood-inlay dining table is surrounded by comfy transitional armchairs meant to entice guests to linger at the table. A Williams-Sonoma Devon chandelier hangs overhead, acting as a secondary focal point to the wall mural depicting an ancient harbor.