Completing the home office is a colorful display, combing mid-century furnishings with bright red lamps, wallpaper, and of course, books. Even in the quietest of its spaces, this home revels in the bright colors and lively patterns that describe so much of who this family is.
This white living room has vivid pillows and accessories that add colorful flair to this space. An orange glass lamp plays off the orange in the floral-print pillows and acts as another pop of color in the room.
Bright and whimsical accessories pop in this light-filled corner of a modern living room. Colorful art is matted for maximum impact, and surrounding books and accessories pull from its bright palette of primary and secondary hues. A leafy display in a clear glass vase adds life to the arrangement.
Grounded in a neutral palette, bright accent colors pop in this inviting space for abounding visual interest. Blue patterned pillows stand out against the brown sofa while glass buffet lamps with colorful lampshades frame a simple black console table. A bold orange centerpiece in a green vase draws the eye to the interesting wood coffee table.
Eye-popping cherry-red paint turns the contemporary wet bar in this art-filled, eclectic home into a fun focal point. Along with storing stemware, shelves serve as display space for the homeowner’s collections of art and objects.
With the rest of the house having a more mature color palette, these rooms were meant to create an environment for the family to gather, relax, watch movies and for their two girls to play and imagine. The girls are fun-loving, creative and artistic, so the designers wanted to give them more vibrant spaces that incorporated just the right amount of color, pattern and natural textures.
The inspiration for this grand design was a dream catcher from the client’s mother. Like a dream catcher, the tween's room would have the perfect blend of colors, textures, patterns and materials. Urban elements were to be mixed with traditional, organic with geometric.
Instead of buying a standard shelving unit, Kyle Larsen DIY know-how to use and create a piece that is unique to them. By creating a staggered, wall-mounted shelf, they gave their apartment a eye-catching display piece where an assortment of colorful accessories can live.
Cheerful floral curtains and matching throw pillows pair beautifully with the master bedroom's hand-painted blue and white ombré walls. A brass pendant light hanging over the nightstand gives the space a Bohemian look.
This striking striped table was actually snagged on Craigslist for a condo balcony by Wake + Loom Design, which is located in Atlanta and Los Angeles. Designers Gabriela Eisenhart and Holly Conlan often hunt at second-hand stores and on Craigslist to find one-of-a-kind pieces for less. To make folding wood and metal chair more cozy, the designers added a Mexican throw and patterned pillow.
Even in traditional wedding attire, this fun-loving bride and groom manage to show off their playful personalities with colorful accessories. Her citron yellow bouquet and his bright blue pair of Chuck Taylors make a delightful combination.