A colorful combination for the young and young at heart. Decorating a bedroom with bold colors can be intimidating. Many start and stop with vibrant bedding and accessories, then paint the walls white – but not these daring souls. This master bedroom pulled rich peacock blue from the curtain fabric onto the walls. The room [...]
1960s purple is hitting the walls – sometimes full-strength and sometimes muted. Three years ago I first noticed two plummy dark rooms — both in England – but it was difficult to find a purple paint if you had the yen. Since then the hues we most find among the plums and grapes in the [...]
Painted sliders occupy so much wall space, they function almost like color-block art. Interior barn doors are gaining in popularity, at least on this blog. We adore them because they have so much personality and make a relaxed style statement plus, doors with natural- wood finishes – either new or vintage – offer an additional [...]
After decades as the “what were they thinking?” color, purple’s been rediscovered by a new generation. Making a bold statement with a color as strong as purple is not for everyone. But it can be. Upholstered chairs seem like the perfect vehicles for using this hue, whether it’s in grayed down tones of violet or [...]
Using accent colors for dining chairs is uniquely anti-neutral. Recently, I’ve spotted more mixed-color dining room and kitchen chairs in a surprisingly wide variety of styles, perhaps as an antidote to all-white interiors which are so universally appealing they have become as predictable as the moon – you know you will see them no matter [...]
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