Thick velvet curtains in rich fall colors were the palette inspiration for this master bedroom. The strong color is continued in the headboard and velvet chair. A dresser-turned-nightstand solves a need for extra storage.
The dining room glimmers with light reflected in a mirrored screen propped in the corner of the room. The eighteenth century Portuguese side table, decorative bust and faux paint lend a Mediterranean vibe to the space.
This kitchen features a beautiful blend of light and dark materials with both concrete countertops, light wood cabinetry, zebrawood breakfast bar countertops and distressed metal panels and hood. The warm orange walls accentuate the array of neutrals used in this contemporary kitchen.
This wide view of the great room lounge area shows the custom sheer drapery color-matched to the paint color used for the walls and ceiling. The drapes go from the ceiling line to the floor, to soften the hard edges of the tall windows.
Strong colors deliver the dramatic feel that homeowners wanted in their master bedroom. The jumping off point for the palette was the orange velvet curtains. More orange accents were woven in throughout the room, balanced out by shades of blue.
Designer Kari McIntosh Dawdy transformed this kitchen with bright colors and accents, giving this 1920s home a more contemporary feel. She selected white cabinets and gray countertops that can handle the orange tones that pop within the room. Especially captivating is the soft orange-colored ceiling that helps to frame the entire design.
An orange accent wall with a Moroccan tile motif is a real attention-getter, and it sets a sophisticated, yet whimsical tone for your living space. Off set the brilliant orange with a sleek sofa and coordinating chair in a neutral tone, then bring in a few carefully chosen orange accents for a truly stunning look.
Complementary pops of royal blue and tangerine bring life to this earthy living room. Industrial touches like corrugated tin between the beams of the kitchen ceiling blend with rustic, homey elements like a wood and wrought iron coffee table, creating an interesting and dynamic mix.
The Greek key pattern trimming the sofa and covering the armchair brings pizzazz to this traditional living room. Peach-hued walls and two windows help create a bright, cheery atmosphere, and blue and green throw pillows add a touch of contrasting color.