The blue-gray vertical shiplap walls of the guest bathroom add a touch of color, rustic charm and subtle texture to this user-friendly space with a beautiful white vanity, inviting shower and matte black fixtures and hardware. “The vertical shiplap was done on purpose, because the ceilings are fairly low in this space,” says build manager Dan Faires.
Each shelf on this bookshelf is organized with collections of books in matching color. Contemporary trinkets act as stylish bookends. The decorations bring additional color and personality to the beautiful display.
These vases have been intentionally arranged in a color-coordinated fashion against a wall of artwork that fits in the specific palette. The beautiful display lives in Chatham Hellmers' Birmingham loft.
Small, artistically rendered messages are the cornerstone of Effie’s Paper. Kalyn finds ways to offer words of encouragement on everything from notebooks to oversized travel mugs, so it only makes sense that she would reserve a few words for her own space as well. This little bit of black and gold bling adds some style to the bookshelf, combining her first initial with a few words of wisdom to keep her in the right frame of mind.
Incorporate pops of pink in your bookshelf by using similarly colored flowers or decorative accents, says Laurel & Wolf interior designer Kimberly Winthrop. On these shelves, the California-based design firm used art pieces and florals to target bright spots of color among the white shelves and books, which they turned inward for a clean, cohesive look.
Color coordinated fabric shelves bring colorful decoration and organization to the room. The shelves are attached to built in glass door cabinetry creating options for supply storage. Moveable table panels slide over the countertop below to create the desired work environment for specific projects. Adjustable pendant lights above the tables allow for light control.
The palm-inspired green walls of the guest bedroom that designer Brian Patrick Flynn describes as very bohemian coordinate with the different shades of green used for the upholstered wingback bed. The deep shade of green on the walls can also be found in the garden entry of the home.
One of the largest factors in pulling together a cohesive holiday color scheme in a large space is the Christmas tree. Everything on and around the tree was chosen to coordinate with the rest of the room, from the dove grey and white tones to the ribbon garland, ornaments and gift wrap on its branches.