True blue like the waters of the Caribbean, this color instantly transports you to a tropical destination. No sunblock required.
Some call it rust, but I prefer to think of it as terracotta. Like fresh clay walls, the rich color heats up the space. The glow of the floor lamp and pendant lighting also assist in creating a warm, intimate atmosphere.
Pear green walls balanced by charcoal upholstered furnishings makes this room appear mature and less juvenile.
Tip: Painting angles and ceilings a single color makes this attic room feel like a much larger space. The color keeps the room continuous and feels uninterrupted.
Primed for entertaining, the spicy cayenne ceiling and orange marmalade walls has this sunroom set for a fiesta. Gleaming white custom cabinetry and trim adds a high contrast to this energetic space.
This vibrant yellow bathroom lets the sunshine in even on the gloomiest day. Crisp white tile and fabrics emphasize the clean feeling you’d have after a refreshing shower under the sun.
Delicious down to the core, this dining room painted in a tempestuous apple red hue stimulates that appetite and the homeowner’s craving for bold color.
There’s something enchantingly modern, yet traditional about this Asian inspired bedroom. China blue walls paired with traditional eastern wall panels, red accents, and gleaming white bedding is like the Qing dynasty brought to the 21st century.