Blue and green fish swim around this bathroom on the gray striped wallpaper. Empty gold and silver frames arranged on the wall add some metallic flair and decorate the space without disrupting the wallpaper pattern. A mirror on the wall above the toilet reflects the wall design making the room appear larger.
Streamlined furnishings help balance the glamorous gold patterned walls and gold accents in this eclectic living room. A fun gallery wall that's structured without being too symmetrical adds whimsy, and a blue Moroccan rug grounds the space.
Powder rooms are one of Huerta's favorite spaces, as she sees them as an opportunity for more of a statement. The blue wallpaper here creates an interesting backdrop in a space that is often over-looked. Huerta then finished the room with a clean-lined vanity and a round mirror for some curves.
This gorgeous green-and-white bathroom features two mirrors and a double vanity to make it easy for a pair of people to prepare for their day. Farmhouse-style fixtures light up the space, while a blue-and-white throw rug provides a bright contrast to the kelly green cabinets and accents.
Dorm room furniture can be pretty plain, but there's a quick solution — removable wallpaper! Mix and match patterns to create a layered look. Here, we paired a large, organic floral pattern with a smaller, structured geometric X pattern.
Behind a white door lies a glamorous surprise: this gem of a powder room. Walls are clad in a gorgeous dark blue, patterned wallpaper. Gold accents and a marble floor are the luxurious finishing touches.
This powder room feels so elegant with its elaborate woodland wallpaper and delicate gold details. It's a perfect example of how a small room can be the ideal place to show off a bold or richly colored pattern.
Throw the rulebook out for mixing patterns and see the cool rooms that result. This seating area pairs a dainty toile wallpaper with a bold geometric floor. A trim black sectional pulls the two moods together.
In this galley kitchen, the colors from the bold wallpaper are repeated in the green wall paint and blue Ann Saks tile backsplash. The pattern's drama is balanced by sleek white Ikea cabinets, countertops and stainless steel hardware. Large copper pendants add warmth to the space and complement the room's jewel tones.
The wild patterns in this amazing bathroom shouldn't go together, but they do (brilliantly!) thanks to a similar color palette and the small-scale size of the sconce's stripes, dish towel's beading and the mosaic tile floor.