A large abstract painting and wall-scale window serve as eye-candy for diners at this midcentury modern table. A stylish, statement chandelier illuminates from above and hand-blown vases accessorize a handsome, carved credenza.
No party decor is complete without fresh-cut flowers. For this look, choose dual-toned ranunculus and pink peonies, place them in painted tin cans and bud vases. Spray each can in two colors using painter's tape. Cobalt bud vases with single stems pop wonderfully against the black-and-white striped.
This soft, neutral living room features pops of bright color, like a turquoise table lamp and a vase of fresh green flowers. A neutral sofa is arranged nearby, while a modern blue and gray painting hangs above.
This blue, black, and white living room has a modern print sofa, contemporary coffee table and end tables, antique blue vases and accent pillows, traditional white walls and woodwork with glass sconces, and a bright blue pop art painting.
A stunning fireplace surround draws you into this elegant sitting room, where a gray velvet chaise invites you to linger. A traditional oil painting and a pair of dark red vases add subtle color to the room's cool color palette.
This calfskin topped oak bar is perfect for serving and entertaining. An Ed Ruschas LEGS painting hangs above while an antique vase and serving plates adjoins the nineteenth century rock crystal obelisks for a picturesque table setting. Even the family pet will enjoy this area!
This traditional living room fireplace is highlighted by a display of antique and vintage green glass vases and objects, white ceramic planters, and antique books alongside emerald green hand painted wallpaper.
Sarah Fishburne, Director of Trend and Design at The Home Deport recommends threading your signature color, throughout your home, either in big way, by painting an entire room, or using it as a subtle accent, like a candy dish or vase. For example, this dramatic dining room is painted a pearly violet, the homeowner's favorite hue.
The Venetian glass tiles around the connecting bath mantel are original. A salvaged wooden panel found in Paris was painted in a neutral tone, which highlights the watery greens and contemporary blown glass vases.
The main floor of this home in Atlanta, Ga., also includes a family room, complete with a cozy couch and two cushioned chairs. A blue painting of a bear hangs over the fireplace and informs the color of the room's accents, like the blue pillow, vase and ottoman.
Funky combinations of color and patterns make up this funky, one-of-a-kind entryway. A small black and white, polka dot vase plays off of the graphic black and white wallpaper, while a bright orange table lamp pulls out the orange swaths from the bold painting behind it.