A cream colored headboard stands out against a dark blue wall and is anchored by a bed dressed with blue and white floral and geometric patterned linens and pillows. Blue and white art accessorizes the look while a white cottage-style nightstand lends a cozy feel to the room. A blue and white striped throw rug anchors the space and distressed antique white wall sconces add visual interest.
The color palette in the paisley pattern wallpaper is carried through to the striped bedding in this contemporary bedroom. The curved edges of the upholstered headboard coordinate with the curves in the white nightstand for a cohesive look.
A straight-up classy kitchen, this navy blue-and-white color scheme feels both nautical and clean. Spacious, white cabinets provide ample space for all a cook's cookware and gadgets. Featuring a blue base, the kitchen island is surrounded with simple, white stools for eating in.
The dark navy silk drapery and navy walls create a calming oasis in this master bedroom. The high gloss white enamel paint on the mantel and white chaise pops against the navy color while the Venetian mirror brings elegance to the room.
A deep navy blue sofa adds a rich tone to the room against the white painted brick walls. A faux-texture gray area rug encompasses the sofa simple wood coffee table and midcentury modern, mustard yellow chair. A black and white modern art piece is balanced against the wall to fill some space while retaining the minimalist feel.
A long, thin white brick accent wall adds texture to the modern design of this living room. A navy blue sofa creates a deep contrast to the bright white walls and ceiling. A blue shag rug and decorative bottles on the coffee table add complimentary blue tones while orange throw pillows provide a pop on contrasting color.
A navy blue front door makes a colorful welcome in this home's foyer, especially when paired with the red walls of the adjacent dining room. A Roman shade lets down over the door's windows for more privacy.
Custom navy display cases frame out the entrance to this Old-World-inspired kitchen. Painting the woodwork in this dark hue, rather than standard high-gloss white, draws attention to the cases themselves and makes the white kitchen beyond feel even brighter by comparison.
Wood tones run the risk of appearing too heavy when placed against a dark wall, such as this midnight blue bedroom hall. But just a touch of white can balance things out, as it does with this dresser and matted artwork.
This contemporary kitchen features navy blue base cabinets and white upper cabinets with brass hardware, a traditional farmhouse sink, white subway tile backsplash, hardwood floors, and a gooseneck faucet.