This fun girl's bedroom features colorful framed finger paintings above each of the twin beds. A gold and white polka dot comforter covers the bed, while decorative pillows –– including a gold and white striped and multicolored pom pom pillows –– provide a fun accent.
A bold coral dresser is accented by gold hardware in this girl's nursery. Gold is carried throughout the space in the mirror, polka dots on the walls and accessories, creating a glamorous atmosphere. The blue graphic area rug grounds the space and adds style underfoot.
Orange, pink and gold dominate the color scheme in this eclectic living room. A gray velvet sofa adds contrast to the feminine space, which also includes a gold bar cart side table, orange and pink flamingo artwork, polka dot throw pillows and a zebra print rug.
A pair of twin beds made with white and pink linens and gold bedskirts share a bedroom that has hardwood flooring and large windows covered with window blinds and rose draperies. A comfy polka dot chair is seated by a sage end table perfect for tea parties and story.
You don’t always need a large plant to make a statement. Unusual leaf shapes and textures draw the eye, too, and can make up for size in smaller homes or rooms. One way to create more impact with houseplants is to group several smaller plants that combine well. This trio features plants with variegated leaves: Dracaena ‘Lemon Surprise,’ polka dot plant (Hypoestes) and gold crest false aralia (Plerandra elegantissima ‘Gold Crest’). When combining plants, choose ones that need similar growing conditions. These plants thrive with medium to high light. If you love bright colors, select cachepots for plants that inject a pop of color.