This traditional living room features a large marble fireplace, detailed wall sconces and lavish yellow drapes that match the room's wall color. The addition of fun patterns, like the rose-leopard print pillows and multicolored striped ottoman add a hint of texture to the space.
This modern two story great room features floor to ceiling windows with mustard yellow drapes, a floor to ceiling floral accent wall, a pair of teal wingback chairs, a gold drum pendant light, and engineered wood floors.
An open and airy feel is created in this yellow traditional kitchen with white cabinets and custom blue drapes. A trio of globe pendant lights provide task lighting and anchor the large kitchen island.
Patterns on the dining chairs and yellow drapes add character to this dining room. A black banquette around the dining table makes the space feel more cozy and provides comfortable seating. An antler chandelier tops off the space to give added visual interest and texture.
Robin LaMonte designed this bedroom featuring contrasting yellow walls and red window treatments. A French toile fabric is the foundation for the color scheme while custom drapes, a chaise and bedding complete the design.
Featuring a cheerful all-over blue color with yellow accents, this modern hallway provides the perfect welcoming spot. A yellow striped bench with storage cubbies and a mirror can be easily hidden by similarly colored drapes that hang from either side of the nook.
This oceanside summer home uses bright, beachy pinks and yellows to create a French Country-inspired bedroom. A hammock chair makes for a cozy, whimsical spot to while away a lazy afternoon, while toile drapes and upholstered daybeds complete the look.
This eclectic bedroom features yellow walls and an exposed beam ceiling and a wood floor. A dramatic, red canopy drapes behind the headboard and an upholstered chair and ottoman create a seating area in the bedroom.
A basic wood cube is cheaper than buying an upholstered or leather ottoman. So Atlanta designer Rachel Greathouse did a quick and easy fix. She covered the top of a cube she bought from a discount home decor store with a piece of sheepskin, which creates a comfy spot for feet to rest. You also can find faux fur at a fabric shop and buy just enough to drape over the top. For even greater savings, you can build your own ottoman out of plywood.
A bold blue accent wall is the focal point of this eclectic bedroom with custom entertainment center and twin beds with yellow and white striped bedding. This quirky style continues above the bed, with DIY canopies and painted mounted animal heads.
With the idea of a Parisian houseguest in mind, Peter Pennoyer of Peter Pennoyer Architects, totally transformed this space. The walls went from yellow to draped in gray and blue Schumacher coverings, while a combination of bejeweled pillows, layered textures and hints of marigold pull the entire look together. The finishing touch: A ceramic turtle whose shell opens to reveal an ink jar (placed on the back desk).
This eclectic living and dining room space features bright colors that add to the airy and energetic vibe created by the wall-length window. The yellow dining chairs with zebra-print fabric contrast with the elegant peach and white window treatments and peach wall color.
This traditional living room, in dark shades of orange and yellow, is guaranteed to brighten anyone's day. It features a built-in sofa with storage beneath, a distressed coffee table, small dining area and custom windows with clerestory panel and beautiful oriental rug. White columns add intricate architectural detail.
Pops of yellow from lampshades, pillows and the fireplace fill even the darkest of rooms. A gray shag carpet, coffered ceilings and patterned drapes complete this contemporary living room full of character.
Furniture pieces with open bottoms and slender legs were used in this mid-century modern living room to create an airy mood. Bright yellow and gray floral drapes are used with other neutral fabrics for impact and practicality.