The half dome of this home's master bedroom ceiling was inspired by neoclassical designs and is painted with a pink tone. The molding is detailed in a light blue, recalling a soft sunrise or sunset. Paint colors used for the ceiling are "Ointment Pink," with the molding detailed in Farrow & Ball's "Skylight."
The boldest wash of color in this girls' bedroom is on the ceiling (blue paint) and floor (a hot pink rug). The bed linens and cheerful garlands draped around the canopy beds mix and match the popsicle hues.
There's a lot to love about this colorful living room: the pastel pink sofa, the coral chair, and, without doubt, the white-painted fireplace. A large rug softens the hardwood floors and brings in a dose of yellow and blue, too.
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.
This living room gave designers plenty to work with with its beautiful windows, high ceilings and lake views. To freshen up the space, hardwood floors were refinished and the room given new moldings and paint.
Blush pink and blue complement this living room's neutral tones and add subtle touches of color without overwhelming the room's serene mood. Painting over sofa by Joanne Fox via SLATE; custom coffee table design by LMBI, fabrication by Turtle and Hare. Rug by Scott Group Studio.
This sweet bedroom is a dream for a little girl who loves to play and read. Pale pink walls, a woven rug and a chalk-painted bed add loads of charm. Roman shades were fashioned from Pottery Barn drapes so all the window treatments would match. Hand-me-down baby blankets were repurposed as throw pillows for the pint-sized window seat.
With a hand-painted mural in pink and silver, this contemporary girl's nursery feels both sweet and sophisticated. A beaded chandelier by Ro Sham Beaux hangs overhead, providing a little light and a touch of sparkle.
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.
Multiple chairs and sofas make this open great room the ideal space for entertaining. Vibrant green upholstery paired with pink floral curtains and white painted furniture give this space a decidedly coastal, preppy vibe.
A vintage pink refrigerator is positioned against a yellow wall on which are several small clay animals. Brightly-colored iron chairs sit around a rustic wood table carved from a tree. A mosaic tile counter and painted hood continue the colorful look.
To create contrast and add storage to the space, designers upcycled the little girl's old dresser with a new coat of paint and some new pink, crystal drawer pulls. The dark color helps bring warmth to the room, while the pink crystal drawer pulls bring glamor to the new creation.
This master bedroom pairs soft hues with edgy charcoal grays, showcased beautifully in the floral accent wall. The backing of the white bookshelf is painted a contrasting blue-gray hue, and a window is covered with a ruched gray curtain.