An original piece of playful art by resident artist Celery Jones depicts a massive bunny holding what looks like a hot air balloon. The black and white painting with a pop of fire engine red coordinates with the bedroom's defined color scheme.
Naomi’s guest bedroom is a comfortable space dominated by a large bed accompanied by a plush bench at the foot. Pops of color come from all sides to define this room including the drapery, bed pillow and rug. The painting on the wall brings together the room’s color palette. Naomi created the artwork herself.
The Junk Gypsies helped Miranda Lambert with a surprise makeover for her mom's vintage Airstream trailer. Using a stencil and spray paint, the three added an ombre Virgin Mary to the wood-panel walls to add a pop of color to the camper's entryway.
A tufted cobalt blue bench with nailhead trim adds a jolt of color to this neutral living space. Brown leather armchairs are a cozy spot to relax, and a shag area rug adds tactile appeal. Two-toned curtains frame the windows.
Because the backdrop and furnishings of this New York City living room are styled in soft, monochromatic hues, designer Kathie Chrisicos was able to infuse pops of strong color in the art and accessory selections. Especially fetching is the abstract art behind the sofa in an orange-red hue, along with the vase of orange, yellow and pink roses that enlivens the coffee table. These colors add depth and drama to the design.
In the sitting area, pops of blue help bring the small space to life, while wallpaper adds a bit of texture to the space. Finally, art pieces were added as a way to incorporate the beach theme into this space to create an area that perfectly fit this family's personality.
Finally, one of the easiest and best ways to bring a pop of citron yellow to your space is through art. In this room, the splash of yellow in the painting offers a warm counterpoint to the cool blues and purples found in the sofa and area rug. The unexpected pop of yellow shows that this versatile color can fit into just about any space, and any color palette.