A bold kelly green desk chair and accessories really pop against the crisp white walls in this modern teen's room. On one side of the room, two Roman shades feature a black and white print of Elvis repeated three times on each shade. The spacious, modern desk on the adjacent wall is the perfect workspace for afternoon homework.
As this 6-foot-by-7-foot Atlanta bathroom demonstrates, sometimes bold color is all you need to make a big statement. Although this space receives no natural light, the bold kelly green walls give it fresh personality. The ultra-white floor and wainscoting counterbalance the green's intensity.
A see-through fireplace allows this living space to flow seamlessly to the adjacent dining space. Kelly green armchairs are paired with an aqua armchair and sofa, lending bold, vibrant color to the room.
This living room's got personality! Bright blue and kelly green come together to create a space that's both soothing and full of punch. Because the room has such high ceilings, the vibrant colors don't feel constricting. Multi-patterned throw pillows keep the room from looking overly formal, and plants scattered throughout the space make it really come alive.
Designer Tobi Fairley's sophisticated yet playful use of green stands out through the integration of a simple, neutral backdrop with hints of gold. Stripes, graphics and botanicals flow together with ease in this elegant living space.
The L-shaped tufted bench makes a vibrant statement against the bold, thick wall stripes in this breakfast nook. The kelly green coloring of the bench compliments the floral wall art mounted above. Clear plastic chairs are seated on the opposite side of a modern oval dining table. An orange floral centerpiece and brass light fixture finish the chic design.
Painting the walls in a high contrast black and white stripe tricks the eye into seeing more light than the space actually has. The black and white motif is repeated in the kitchen cabinets with added subtle touches of brass via the light fixture and cabinet hardware. A corner L-shaped bench adds a pop vibrant kelly green that works perfectly with the wall art piece.
This elegant backyard is secluded and elegant, making it the perfect place for relaxing or entertaining. The large, canvas sofa can accommodate four comfortably, and the two wicker chairs add extra seating, giving the space plenty of room for people to take a load off. The casual fabrics used in this space, such as the wicker chairs, the canvas cushions and the sealed wood tables, give the space a warm, inviting feeling, while retaining the ability to stand up to the wear and tear, making this backyard space an extra oasis for the family and their guests.
To showcase the collector's items in the living room, designers chose a neutral color palette to make the bold colors of the statues and other antiques pop. The bold, rich colors of the trunks, statues and the fireplace mantle bring warmth to the space, all the while being spotlighted by the large windows that allow in tons of natural light. This lights reflects off the white sofas and neutral walls, making these special pieces the focal points of the room.
Individual work stations at Pereira & O'Dell are simple and modern with room for personality. Floating shelving above the work space gives staffers a place to add their own touches to their spaces, while the modern desks give the office a clean look.
The bed tucks neatly into a niche between two stacks of built-in shelves in this bedroom, a neat design move that saves floor space. Faux fur pillows, a rustic wood bench and antlers mounted above the bed all nod to the home's Lake Tahoe location.
This homeowner's collections include many interests. One such interest is antique tools, many of which are prominently featured above the kitchen table. Hung around them are pictures of these antique tools being used by their original owners. The rest of the kitchen points the eye to the collection while still being elegant and welcoming. Rich wood cabinets bring warmth to the space, while granite countertops add texture. There is little else on the countertops, however, making the homeowner's collection the focal point in the space.
To add definition to the open space here, designers used glass to create conference rooms. Within each conference room, they placed metal tables and chairs to capitalize on the industrial design that permeates the building.