The brown color scheme chosen for this master bedroom saturates the space with a rich, restful ambiance. The softer beige tones of the ceiling, area rug and bedding, along with the brass chandelier, give the room another layer of quiet elegance.
The sleek brown wood stair treads match the wood doors adjacent to the staircase, giving this home a sense of flow and cohesion. Oversized windows allow natural light to saturate the space for a bright, breezy atmosphere.
The same coral paint used in this entryway carries on throughout the great room, making all areas work cohesively. The white wainscoting helps tone down the saturation of the coral while also protecting the walls from everyday wear and tear in and out of the front door.
The walls and countertops may be a cool shade of white, but sometimes the most color, saturation and pattern can be found in a beautiful piece of wood. This contemporary kitchen features a species of local wood and refined stainless steel elements for a crisp, polished look.
A circular sofa follows the curve of the wall in this living room to create a harmonious flow within the space. Oversized windows allow natural light to saturate the all-white room for a bright, clean atmosphere. A bold orange egg chair adds a splash of color.
Sarah Fishburne, Director of Trend and Design at The Home Depot believes smaller spaces lend themselves to bold color choices. Powder rooms, entry halls or a study are great areas to saturate with your favorite daring paint color. For example, this small powder room in radiant orchid makes a stunning statement.
With a blend of Forties style and a nod to the current Seventies' surfing Jungalow look, the Hotel Clermont lobby immediately sets the terms of the boutique property's distinct retro vibe. The design team responsible for the space, Reunion Goods & Services borrowed from design motifs spanning the Gilded Age to the present, but a specific historic source influenced the look says director of interiors Laura Flam. "We were also very inspired by a scene in the film 'An American in Paris' that depicts Leslie Caron dancing through a series of very saturated rooms wearing a number of colorful dresses. It encouraged us to take risks with colors and patterns."
Muted greens and pinks have been a go-to combination for girls’ rooms for years. Take this classic combination to the next level by upping the saturation and instead pairing grass green with hot pink. To tone the combination down a few notches, throw a sand tone into the mix.
This girl's bedroom is designed to be elegant with a classic feel, yet very girly. Lots of textures give richness to the room, and the beautiful raspberry and blue tones create a space that is one of kind. The color of the built in unit is continued around the room in the baseboards and moldings. A thin-line patterned wallpaper creates an accent wall behind the crib wall while an upholstered desk bench and solid accent panel create a bolder color saturation on the opposite wall.