The upholstered dining chairs help to soften the major industrial elements in the space: stone and steel.
A red-orange floral pattern complements the large-scale stripes of the armchair in this coastal living room.
Add another layer of cheer to your holiday decor with this fun, no-sew peppermint stripe throw pillow!
A wash of rainbow stripes on the wall makes descending this staircase a dreamy experience.
A lime green umbrella and a pair of hot pink galoshes add a pop of color to steps carpeted in zebra stripes.
After you’ve taped stripes on half of the rug, add some stripes perpendicular to these on the other side of the rug.
Fill in empty stripes with your three remaining colors. Let the paint dry overnight.
Paint several stripes with your first color. Try to pick ones randomly around the rug.
Property Brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott looking sweet in stripes as kids and proving that they had style, even back in the 80s
In the bathroom, neon stripes invigorate the simple fixtures and pared-down accessories. A narrow ledge offers much-needed shelf space behind the mounted sink.
Decked with stripes, decorative art and informal furniture pieces, the dining room is a casual spot for entertaining.
Preparing for a new arrival is always a thrill! Not knowing the gender and working with the existing wall color, the designer sought to create a baby oasis. Cheerful orange and white stripes on the ceiling provide a canopy effect over the crib.