Designer Meg Caswell wasn't afraid of using color or pattern in this dining room, where coral, chartreuse and chevron give the room a big personality. Tabletop topiaries and a gold chandelier are more formal counterpoints to the eclectic dining chairs.
This living room allows the best of both worlds: let in all the natural light you want or retreat to a private slumber. The folding shutter doors makes this possible and adds charm to the room while the cozy seating allows for plenty of room for guests. The rich green couch highlights the distemper inspired green walls while the pink in the throw pillows highlights the rug.
A pale, pink sofa is the anchor in this glamorous room. These are essential to any well-designed space, but they're especially important in a room with so many disparate parts. Paying special attention to fundamental principles helps ensure that each element feels of a piece.
Blue and Pink Transitional Library With Striped Curtains
Blue and pink are a surprisingly grown-up combination in this handsome library, in part because of the room's sophisticated details: a plush Oriental rug, tailored armchairs, a delicate coffee table. Stripes on the curtains are a hint of a jaunty nautical touch.
Eclectic Seating Area Boasts Hot Pink Patterned Walls
Hot pink wallpaper with a diamond design creates a bold background for a pair of black and white chairs. The chaotic pattern of the chairs' fabric provides striking contrast against the crisp, clean pattern on the wall. A small gold table and gold floor lamp add metallic accents to the space.
In a dramatic move, the designers opted for black and pink walls in this tropical living room. The bold color palette is reflected across the furnishings and accessories: pink-matted artwork, black floral sofas and pink armchairs.
Pink walls bring a girlish feel to this transitional dining room. The large, white pendant light above the dining table echoes the handsome wall sconces while the clean lines of the neutral seating keeps this space feeling fresh and simple.
A Venetian clock is framed by a series of prints depicting antique jewelry and regalia. Pale pink wallpaper and floral upholstery on a traditional chair are mixed for gentle contrast in the lovely sitting room.
"I don't know what my home style is" says Steele. "I like fun and different and colorful." Her study in the front of the house is defined by her eclectic sense of style, with wood paneling brought into the 21st century with chic black paint and a mix of colorful pillows, leopard print and a few hot pink items illustrating Jamie's love of color.
This transitional living room features peach-hued walls paired wit medium grain wood trim. A pink velvet ottoman sits at the center of the room, while two cherry wood U-shaped chairs are positioned nearby. The striped curtains and vibrant pink floral arrangements add colorful accents.
Pink and White Transitional Living Room With Striped Chairs
The mostly white living room perks things up with fuschia interiors for the built-in shelving units on either side of the fireplace. The bright color is brought out into the room with pink pillows and two striped armchairs.
Coral Accent Wall Enlivens Contemporary Living Room
Not an inch of space goes to waste in this condo! With a little creativity and some shelving, the designers transformed a blank wall into a display for the couple's favorite photos and keepsakes. Thanks to the coral backdrop, the shelves really stand out.
Pink and White Transitional Dining Room With Pink Ceiling
The architectural details in this dining room allow for a fun splash of color on the domed ceiling and butler's wing. The Greek key wallpaper is light and neutral, balancing the boldness of the hot pink. A white chandelier offers the perfect touch of elegance.