Purple reigns in this contemporary dining room. Purple walls and a purple and magenta rug contrast with the neutral chairs and black dining table. A pendant light with a drum shade and an ivory sideboard complete the look.
Light-Filled Seating Area in Stylish Purple Home Office
Two matching chairs are situated by a large window in this mulberry purple home office, creating a bright seating area within the space. A patterned area rug with saturated hues of purple adds interest and movement underfoot.
Shades of brown are an excellent way to accent feminine details in a living room’s design. In this living space designed by Mariah O’Brien, the seating area has soft and organic details, like purple florals, that are grounded by warm tones of light brown and chocolate.
Blush-colored roses bloom on the opposite side of the space, creating a display that distracts from the sleek black TV. A textured buffet table below offers storage for DVDs and complements the room's jewel-toned furnishings.
Pack some serious visual impact by giving a basic flat-front dresser designer flair with a painted chevron pattern in three, five or seven of your favorite paint colors. In this design from Brian Patrick Flynn, the dresser takes the purple of the wall and the pink from the pillow and combines them with lighter shades of purple for a fun and vibrant accent piece.
Purple and White Transitional Study With Bookshelf Walls
A deep purple rug contrasts beautifully with the full wall white bookshelves, modern white desk, and white chairs with patterned cushions. A striped window seat cushion, matching patterned throw pillows, and pull down curtain add more purple accent.
A unique deep purple dining room features heavy drapes and matching valance on large window with sheer curtain; an ornate crystal glass chandelier; a silver metallic sideboard, a gleaming oval dining room table; and six twisted, gold leaf, metal chairs.
Colorful Living Room With Bird Wall Art and Bookcase
Wild and colorful, this living room combines modern and traditional style with a color palette of purple, lime green and orange. An updated fireplace, bird wall art and two bookcases are featured in the space.
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.
In a living room where space is at a premium, there may not be enough tabletop surface to add framed photos or treasured objects. To inject personality into a living room without taking up valuable tabletop space, consider a gallery wall grouping. Here, a tall wall features nine oversized black-and-white prints of the family with a steel console placed below to anchor the space. When adding a console table to a living room, stick with a maximum depth of 18 inches to keep from impeding traffic flow.