The pink and green theme of this tropical sitting room is playful yet tasteful. Small details like the palm branch ceiling fan give the room subtle interest on top of an obviously vibrant first impression.
On HGTV's "Celebrity Holiday Homes," designer Brandon Bunch makes use of topiaries, green ivy, eucalyptus, pink roses and glass ball ornaments in coordinating colors as key design elements for Trisha Yearwood's home.
A preppy pink and green color palette gives off a feminine, youthful vibe perfect for a little girl's bedroom. The timeless, midcentury modern chrome light fixture will look just as chic in this space even when she's outgrown the girly elements.
This cheery living room features a vibrant pink and green color palette. Oversized lime green wingback chairs set a whimsical tone while punches of pink throughout give the room a romantic feel. White lacquered frames, rather than traditional stained wood, give the chairs a contemporary look.
A pastel pink crib with coordinating bedding is positioned beneath a bright floral painting in this little girl's nursery. The large window is topped with a pastel pink and green valance, complementing the room's color scheme.
From the entryway into the living room, breakfast nook and kitchen, the same shade of coral paint was used on the walls, and the same accent colors of hot pink and spring green were used in accessories and furniture. In addition to keeping the overall look consistent, this consistent use of color makes the entire great room feel larger. When different paint colors are used in spaces that open into one another, the resulting look can create of a disjointed, choppy effect.
A fresh coat of paint works wonders on this historic home, instantly brightening the 1870s interior and making it look more modern. Using the white walls as a canvas, the designers then introduced splashes of color via the bright red art in the foyer and a pink sofa, green chairs and blue area rug in the living room.
Green leaf stationary panels add decoration and soften the hard edges of the window. A pink and white graphic pillow adds pattern on top of a green and pink plaid chair. A glass side table reflects the natural lighting in this colorful space.
At Jonathan Adler, optimistic color and modernist design are part of the company's fun and luxe bedding collection. As Jonathan notes, bedding is "the first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see when you go to bed. It should make you happy and calm — choose colors and textures that you love. Our bedding brings our favorite colors, groovy fabrics and the luxury of cotton percale to your bed, making you well rested when you wake."