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Blue Living Room With Two-Toned Walls
A round pink ottoman and lounger with graceful lines soften the square edges in this living room. A masterful paint job creates the illusion of molding on the walls, which adds a formal air to the contemporary space. Bold artwork and textiles complete the colorful look.
A sleek pedestal sink is perfect for small bathrooms since they take up less space and give the room an airy quality. A soft blue-gray pairs with clean white for two-toned walls in this contemporary bathroom, while built-in shelves house necessities.
Contemporary Boys' Bedroom With Two-Toned Wall Treatment
This two-toned wall treatment gives the room an elevated look that will easily grow with its young residents. For now, though, it makes a fun backdrop for lions, tigers and other animal friends, as well as a daybed and matching ottoman.
Cheerful Nursery With Two-Tone Walls and Floor-to-Ceiling Bookshelves
This colorful nursery features teal two-tone walls, hardwood floors and a daybed that pulls out into a trundle bed. Floor-to-ceiling bookshelves neatly display books, while a modern dresser provides storage. A vibrant yellow floor lamp adds a pop of sunny color.
Traditional Bathroom With Two Tone Walls Featuring Lower Charcoal Gray Paneling and Black and White Hand Towels
The lower charcoal gray section of the two tone walls adds texture and color to the simple design of this bathroom. A mounted oval mirror and black and white hand towels finish the vanity space. Coastal shadow box displays add depth and decor to the room.
Two-Tone Living Room Walls Around Neutral Sofa, Layered Glass Coffee Table and Patterned Curtains
Two-toned walls set the tone for the gray and white color scheme of this living room. A graphic area rug and classic curtains bring a beautiful pattern pairing to compliment the solid neutral sofa and solid gray chairs. A layered glass coffee table keeps the center of the rug looking light while adding easily adjustable storage.
This compact, transitional kitchen features fun elements that reflect the homeowners' personalities, including modern barstools, sunburst accents and two-toned cabinetry. A wall-mounted TV is a luxurious, functional touch. An enfilade adds drama to the entry and creates a lovely lead-in to the space.
The large, two-story living room evokes a casual yet refined atmosphere. Light gray walls provide a neutral backdrop, while a darker gray above the arched windows brings the height of the room down for a cozier feel.
Traditional Orange Kitchen With Two-Toned Cabinetry
Rustic brown cabinets paired with a bright white range hood and cabinets add contrast to this colorful space. A dark orange wall color complements the warm tones in the Brazilian Koa wood floors, while a neutral glass tile backsplash stands out against the many colors in the room.
The sleek finish of these cabinets provides style and storage at the wet bar. The nook is a great size for staying out of the way, while still storing supplies and adding accent colors with fun decorations. The mix of neutral tones add depth to the space and complement the light neutral walls and darker neutral floor tile.
A hallway and adjacent powder room have a personality all their own in the HGTV Smart Home 2013. Used on the wall of the bathroom, gray mosaic tile creates a soothing effect in the small space. Meanwhile, teal stripes create a dizzying backdrop for a hall table and lamp.
Eclectic, Two-Toned Bathroom With Rich Turquoise Tile
From the top, this two-toned bathroom looks totally traditional. But look past the pedestal sink, and you'll see that the space becomes an eclectic mix of turquoise tile walls, white penny tile floors and a southwestern rug.
Two-Toned, Transitional Guest Bath With Pendant Light
Down the hall, a door opens to this two-toned, transitional guest bathroom. An oversized mirror anchors the wall and makes the small space seem even larger, while cabinets on either end offer storage for extra towels and travel-sized products.