This downtown high-rise features a foyer with navy, hand-painted giraffe print wallpaper and a cream cowhide rug. Modern lighting and a velvet chartreuse bench add even more over-the-top luxury to the space.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, this master bathrrom is completely transformed with white tile, shiplap walls and navy paint. A ruffled shower curtain and decorative floating shelves add a lovely feminine touch to the room. Bright tulips pop against the navy wall paint.
Natural light streams over the open floor plan of this Brooklyn loft highlighting the clean, modern design and bright, neutral color scheme. Deep navy sofas add a touch of rich color against the white painted brick walls and warm hardwood flooring.
This small bathroom packs a big punch of style. The eye is immediately drawn to the textured paint pattern on the walls. The paint technique resembles wood, well-complemented by the dimensional wood wall art. A simple mirror and traditional dresser bring familiar lines to balance the lively walls.
Atlanta designer Danielle Rollins' garden is an instructive study in navy and white, a pared-back color palette that gives her space its retro, tailored feel. That color scheme is carried through in Chinoiserie containers, crisp white trellises and accents like throw pillows and whimsical painted trash cans which create design continuity.
A dark navy accent wall provides a dramatic backdrop for the sophisticated style in this contemporary living room. The wall across from the sofa is covered with hand-painted Porter Teleo wallpaper. Throughout the space, layers of texture—a tile fireplace, glass and metal coffee table, Chinoiserie TV cabinet—bring depth and dimension. The rug is from Beni Ourain.
A dramatic way to bring attention to a mantel is painting the wall a deep, rich hue. Then you can leave much of the mantel blank by balancing out the ends with white sculptural accessories or candleholders, which are used in this metro Atlanta model home.
Nothing beats blue and brown for a great color combination, and Susan Brunstrum used these hues to their best effect in this Park City, Utah bathroom redo. She painted the walls a navy blue and added a medium brown vanity and mirror to complement the brown woodwork. A pop of green in the artwork and vanity accents make a pleasant statement.
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.
To turn the once-drab powder room into a bold and cheerful space, the walls and ceiling were painted navy blue in a semigloss finish. The dark-colored walls and ceiling help tone down the intense chartreuse paint of the adjacent guest room.
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.