It's amazing what a little color can do! Climb to the top of this home's stairs and you're welcomed by a rug with a rainbow array of hues and a handsome navy blue cabinet. Sunshine yellow walls beckon from a nearby bedroom.
This outdoor kitchen has everything required to serve a meal outdoors, including both the grill itself and the attached tabletop and set of chairs for four. A bright green and blue graphic rug provides a juxtaposition for the lines of the wooden beams overhead.
In the dining room, eclectic details such as the Asian inspired statues and and interesting bowls blend with Midcentury Modern furniture, such as the buffet and the light fixture, to create a bright, elegant Eclectic-Midcentury Modern design.
"The Pack family of five wanted a room where everyone could hang out, watch movies and play games," explains designer Lindsey Hayes. This cozy, colorful playroom is now the perfect space for the family to convene.
As seen on HGTV's Good Bones, Karen and Mina wanted to give a splash of color to this neutral, traditional bedroom, so they added a floral rug below the bed. The bright flowers on this rug brighten the space, making it warm and inviting, livening up the traditional furniture found in the space.
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.
Instead of painting your floors, design experts with Lowe's suggest making a painted outdoor rug to freshen up a porch or patio floor. You can buy a cheap drop cloth, or use one that has saved your indoor floors when you have repainted a room, and turn it into a custom-colored rug.
A neutral sofa can be a great backdrop to build color in rugs, ottomans, pillows and throws. Think too, about purchasing a slipcovered sofa that can be switched out with richer, warmer slipcovers for winter, and lighter, brighter slipcovers for summer.