High ceilings and expansive windows create a calming space that welcomes in the great outdoors. A simple but delightful dining table is surrounded by comfortable chairs; simple succulents on the table bring nature inside in a subtle way. Modern art is splashed throughout the room, adding elegance and color. A large staircase crowns the room, creating massive visual impact.
One of the unique features of this space is the gray penny round tile backsplash. This element combines a splash of glamor with the clean lines and neutral color palette of the contemporary design, creating a softer, yet still elegant space. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens
As seen on Buying and Selling, Drew and Scott designed Daniel and Vanessa's kitchen to have a clean, contemporary look. With grey custom cabinets and a white subway tile back splash, the space is warm and inviting. They use natural pops of color such as the fruit and flowers to brighten up the space. See it at hgtv.com.
Bring the look of fun, colorful cocktails to non-alcoholic party drinks. A splash of cranberry juice added to orange-flavored sparkling water gives it a coral hue – coordinating with your color scheme. Rim each glass with sugar and garnish with an orange wedge to evoke an adult-beverage aesthetic.
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.
These easy ombre colors found at any hardware or home improvement store provide a splash of style to announce your next gathering. You'll need the following materials for this project: paint chips, printed or handwritten party invitations and change of address information, craft knife, scissors, metal ruler or straight edge, pencil and a glue stick.
This gorgeous outdoor granite bar gives the bartender an amazing view of the tropical pool, waterfall, and cabana. Cameron flagstone invites you into the large cabana, featuring an Eldorado stone veneer and colored acid washed concrete. Visitors can sit and relax in front of the fireplace, watch TV, or watch bathers splash into the pool from the rope swing.
Classic sedum good looks and low maintenance abound in this newcomer to the perennial garden. Burgundy tinted leaves decorate stems topped with reddish pink blooms. Count on ‘Oriental Dancer’ to give plantings a drought tolerant color splash. Hardy in Zones 5-9. Botanical name: Sedum ‘Oriental Dancer’
This large gray sectional fits perfectly on the neutral rug covering the dark hardwood floor in this contemporary living room. Green throw pillows and a textured green floor pillow add a pop of contrast. A unique circular coffee table adds a splash of blue while contemporary wall art compliments the added colors. A large potted cactus is a great decoration for this comfortable room.
The Kitchen Cousins were able to transform this space after taking out the old cramped broken stove that had a vent to the outside but did not work, this new cooking area will be a huge improvement in functionality, safety, and aesthetics of this kitchen. The new design not only looks great, but the green Moroccan back splash, adds a lot of color and life.
Give your garden a splash of long lasting color with ‘Rapido’ campanula. Also known as Carpathian bellflower, this easy growing perennial plays the role of ground cover. The flower show starts in spring and lingers into summer. Hardy in Zones 3-9. Botanical name: Campanula carpatica ‘Rapido Blue’ and ‘Rapido White’
The materials that make up the master bathroom were chosen to reflect the beautiful view and natural light that are let into the space through the room's picture window. A neutral color palette keeps the space feeling light and airy, while the floating vanity makes the design feel modern and uncomplicated. Finally, large mirrors and a trio of chandeliers add a splash of elegance that doesn't detract from the view.
On HGTV's "Color Splash," David Bromstad transformed this once lifeless backyard into a cozy outdoor getaway. The deck was replaced with lush grass and the tall fence was traded for a shorter wall, which does double duty as a bench. Privacy is maintained with living walls of tropical plants. Three glazed ceramic cubes create a unique table while weather-resistant fabrics add lively pops of red, orange, lime green and turquoise.
Fabric-based window treatments are a great way to balance all the hard surfaces in the kitchen while also adding pattern and color. This custom arched shade can raise and lower to control sunlight and privacy. “Whether up or down, the shade keeps the kitchen feeling sunny with splashes of yellow from this Thom Filicia fabric, Prospect in Shadow,” says the manufacturer. Continue the look by using fabric in places like lampshades (see the shades on the wall sconces), barstools and chairs.
A locally sourced abstract painting provides a visually interesting focal point in the guest bedroom and intense pops of color. “As you come in the garage door, you see this room and you’re trying to pull the eye in to explore and that is why we chose that painting. It has a lot of that green, turquoise, a splash of orange and some black so it’s always a kind of fun game with art,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Fabric-based window treatments are a great way to balance all the hard surfaces in the kitchen while also adding pattern and color. This custom arched shade can raise and lower to control sunlight and privacy. “Whether up or down, the shade keeps the kitchen feeling sunny with splashes of yellow from this Thom Filicia fabric, Prospect in Shadow,” says the manufacturer. Continue the look by using fabric in places like lampshades (see the shades on the wall sconces), barstools, chairs and even Fido's bed.
Unusual hand-shaped leaves with a striking color mix make Gryphon begonia a star for shade gardens. Avocado green leaves have maroon veins and are splashed with silver. Leaf undersides and stems also showcase maroon shades. It’s a natural for containers, easily filling the thriller role. It looks beautiful paired with red and white Super Elfin impatiens (shown). Gryphon does best in part to full shade, growing 18 to 24 inches tall and wide. In Southern zones, protect Gryphon from hot afternoon sun.
As seen on Good Bones, this small bathroom was in need of some sprucing. Once a small, dark room, Karen and Mina have transformed it into a bright, colorful space. A new coat of white paint on the walls reflects the light from the window as well as the light above the vanity, making the space feel bright, while pops of turquoise in the vanity and the artwork give the room some color. To finish off the design, a modern, mirrored plant stand gives the space a splash of personality.