Plum, fuchsia and black may not be at the top of every manly man's favorite color list, but when properly balanced the outcome is just as well suited to Jack as it is Jill. The key to mixing these colors correctly is to vary the intensities of the pinks and purples, then use black to break up the two similar hues.
Jackson Paige Interiors pulled out all the stops when designing this Brentwood home's foyer, where coastal and contemporary designs combine for a fun signature look. From the bottom up, the room preserves its cottage roots; above the chair rail, however, purple teardrop wallpaper sets a contemporary tone, all of which cleverly introduce the design elements incorporated throughout the home.
Jackson Paige Interiors added a dose of drama to the redesign of this Brentwood foyer by using purple for a punch of the unexpected. Baby blue wainscoting and a cream wall provide the backdrop for the large purple graphic design set on the wallpaper and used as art on the opposite wall. Talk about your conversation pieces!
"Having fresh flowers on display to greet guests when they walk in the door is an instant mood-uplifter. Not only does it add a wonderful fragrance, it adds a touch of color and natural beauty like nothing else can." -Marisa Marcantonio, Stylebeat
A large metal storage unit resembles an old set of lockers, which brings a rustic, industrial feel to this colorful space. A one-of-a-kind star-shaped light installation lightens the mood — literally and stylistically!