Dare to Decorate With Colorful Upholstery

Most of us know the merits of choosing neutral hues for big-ticket purchases such as upholstered furniture. But what can you do when that beige linen sofa and white slipcovered armchair just aren’t doing it for you anymore? Would you, do you fall for a vibrant upholstered piece? If you’re thinking about taking the vibrant road, this can be for you. By choosing the right hue and material to working your brand new furniture in your decor, these eight tips are here to assist.

Tom Stringer Design Partners

1. Think through color pairings beforehand. A vibrant sofa or armchair can really be quite versatile, although some colors are easier to work with than others. Blue is an excellent starter colour, because we’re so used to seeing massive expanses of blue — believe blue sea and sky, or indigo jeans. Your blue sofa could work with fresh greens, as shown here, but when you get bored and want a change, you might also pair it with yellowish or rich chocolate pops, to name just two additional colors.

Order a sample swatch of this upholstery fabric you’re thinking about, and use it to window shop a few different prospective looks. If you can easily find several alternatives for throw pillows, rugs and so on that go together with your upholstery fabric, that’s a fantastic sign.

David Howell Design

2. Offer your colour plenty of breathing room — aka white area. If you are worried about your vibrant furniture feeling overly over-the-top, the easiest solution is to add lots and lots of white. Paint your walls, ceiling and trim in sharp white, and choose some accent accessories or furniture in plain white — that bold piece will instantly seem more relaxed.

Osborne Architects

3. Surround bold color with natural components. Another great way to temper a rich hue (such as the orange used here) is by surrounding it with materials and objects from nature. Stone surfaces, live-edge timber, heaps of firewood, conceal or sheepskin rugs and natural fibers such as jute, sisal and linen partner well with strong colors.

California Home + Design

4. Pick supporting colors with the same strength. If you want to bring in additional color, choose equally bold hues to your additional bits. The glowing red chair displayed here will look somewhat off-kilter alongside a pastel blue ottoman, whereas that vibrant peacock-blue one stands around it.

Ohashi Design Studio

5. Find the right shade and material. A color with some brown in it, such as the red of this seat, looks classy and can work almost like a neutral. If it had been a bright, clear red, it would stand out more. Make sure that you try out a fabric at home, also in various lights, to make sure it’s the exact shade you desire before committing. Similarly, material choice can make a big difference in how a colour comes across — imagine the gaps among nubby red linen, red leather, red velvet and red microfiber. If you like a colour but it just isn’t working for you, try it at a different material.

jamesthomas Interiors

6. Help upholstery blend in with dark wall colors. If you would rather have your vibrant furniture blend into its environment rather than pop in a white room, dark and deep walls are the way to go. In the room shown here, a wealthy blue-gray sofa makes an elegant fit for your slate-gray paint on the ceiling and walls. This look works great with cool colors (blue, green); adhere using milder wall colors to get warm-hued upholstery.

Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design

This bold green sofa comes into its own against an equally wealthy blue wall. It doesn’t blend in, but it does not stick out as it would have against a white wall , either. The richness of this wall color affirms the vibrant energy of this sofa.

Becki Peckham

7. Try out an almost-neutral. Some colors, such as the light celery of this sofa displayed here, are so tender that they operate just as easily as a neutral such as khaki or linen. But its being not quite neutral makes it so much more interesting! If you usually shy away from color, an almost-neutral sofa or chair can be a terrific way to push yourself softly from your comfort zone.

Caitlin Wilson Design

8. Pick what you love. There is no getting around it colour is emotional. And when you bring a daring colour in your home, the only good reason to do it’s because you love it. Not like it, or believe you may like this, or wonder if you need to like it, but like it to smithereens. If looking at that pink sofa makes your heart sing with pleasure, go for it. Be bold and female with pink, and do not fret too much about what will go with this. As the famed decorator Dorothy Draper said, decorating is fun!

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Emerald Green Pulls Nature Inside

Emerald green made a bold statement at the 2012 Kips Bay Show House in New York. While different colors of green are popular in interiors for quite a while now, emerald green represents more than only a chic, rich colour of green — designers are using it to bring the outdoors in. Make your visitors green with envy by updating your house with this season’s hottest shade.

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The truest way to say this trend is employing emerald green to relate to the outdoors. When you have big windows which have perspectives of beautiful plants, it’s easy to outfit an area in all shades of emerald green and combines indoor and outdoor area together.

Hint: in case you don’t have windows that are fantastic like those (I certainly don’t!) , the trend remains within your reach. Consider planting trees or other greenery right outside your windows, then accessorizing your area with emerald green to create that cohesion between outside and in.

Tracy Murdock Allied ASID

Use indoor house plants in a creative manner. I don’t have any idea if this enormous leaf is real or faux, but it certainly creates a controlling statement which goes beyond your daily houseplant.

Suggestion: searching for an affordable way to incorporate more of a colour trend into your house? Fill affordable glass jars from Michaels or even T.J.Maxx with vibrant candy — like with this particular coffee table. Who knew your sweet tooth may benefit your design sense?

Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC

Use emerald green vases for your houseplants to choose this colour even further throughout your property.

Hint: Should you see lush greens when you’re out and around, snap a photo. Blow it up, stick the shot in a framework and you’ve immediately got yet another affordable way to sneak bold emerald green and also a sense of the outdoors in your house.

Laura Britt Design

Consider painting a wall with windows a bold shade of emerald green. This works especially well if the windows look out onto plants or greenery, as it pulls the color inside.

Hint: Accenting emerald green with crisp white results in a fresh and clean aesthetic.

Rikki Snyder

This photo is from the 2012 Kips Bay Show House. Emerald green walls create a bold background which operates together with neutrals and jewel tones.

Hint: If you would like to really up the ante with an emerald green wall, then use high-gloss paint and continue the shade throughout the ceiling.

Rikki Snyder

Here is another shot from the 2012 Kips Bay Show House that features emerald green walls. How juicy is this distance?

Hint: Accessorize with complementary colours, like these purple and red throw cushions, to create the emerald green truly pop.

Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC

If green walls are a little much for you, think about emerald green drapes. Even if your opinion isn’t of a lush yard, the sun hitting the green will remind you of the outdoors.

Hint: Should you accent your chimney with emerald green, pull the shade in your area by accessorizing with green throw pillows or knickknacks to create a visual connection.

Alexander Johnson Photography

Look around your house for other components which are character based and think about how you can enhance them with this on-trend colour. Perhaps you can add an emerald green backsplash into your hearth so it feels as if you’re enjoying your passion at a cozy campground beneath the trees.

Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc..

Considering a reclaimed timber wall? Sneak the trend in by painting a couple planks emerald green.

Hint: Painting a couple planks whitened as well not only will create that fresh juxtaposition with emerald green, however, will lend additional visual dimension.


If your kitchen cabinets need an upgrade, a dab of emerald green paint might be just the answer.

Hint: Consider painful and painting them for a more textural appearance.

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Morocco Meets Texas at a Family Townhouse

This Texas townhouse was bedecked in French country style for decades and needed a fresh look. The design inspiration: that the souks of Morocco and that nation’s love of cobalt blue, elaborate handmade rugs and patterned tiles covering expanses of walls, flooring and fountains.

Interior designer Laura Umansky responded with a new design inspired from your family’s extensive travels around the world and their love of Morocco in particular, including carved cupboard doors and cabinets, handmade Moroccan-style tiles, bold colors, forged metal figurines, textured cloths, rugs and more.

Switch off all portable electronic devices and buckle up; we are taking off for a location where Marrakech matches Houston.

in a Glance
Location: Southampton area (adjacent to Rice University) of Houston
Size: 2,965 square feet; 3 bedrooms, 31/2 bathrooms

Laura U, Inc..

“The heavy cobalt colour was the jumping-off point with the home’s color palette — I totally love this color,” says Umansky, of Laura U. “It’s a color seen frequently in Moroccan homes and is throughout the famed Majorelle Garden at Marrakech.”

Umansky and her staff worked with some architectural components from the original French country decor, such as these beautiful iron doors, which include a rich bronze finish, and the checkerboard travertine flooring.

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“While there were no specific Moroccan interiors we referenced, we did incorporate Moroccan motifs, textiles and materials during,” Umansky says. She bought some special pieces through importers, while her clients supplied some of their own furniture and accessories.

Lamp: Arteriors

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The house’s existing checkerboard travertine flooring tiles have been laid out in 45-degree angles and operate nicely with the Moroccan design.

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This formerly dark study off the foyer is presently a light and colorful area that inspires among the owners, who spends her days writing.

Lights: Four Hands

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Umansky and crew designed built-ins with woodwork that includes exotic curves and laser-cut panel inserts. Perforated hammered-tin lanterns hang.

Panel inserts: Custom Mouldings

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A local artist painted this mural in the nursery, which adds vibrant graphics for the clients’ newborn daughter.

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A variety of fabrics transformed the owners’ existing white slipcovered sofa. “It’s the combination of different textures and patterns which makes this space feel comfy and warm,” Umansky says.

The doorways throughout the house are painted high-gloss cobalt blue. “This was a tiny scary decision, but once we watched them, we were thrilled,” she says.

Laura U, Inc..

“Our customer requested a blue sofa — it was in the very top of her list,” Umansky says. “It made it very simple for us to inject color into the home. She had no dread of vibrant hues whatsoever!”

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The customer found this complicated mirror at an importer’s warehouse at Los Angeles and knew it belonged to the home. Umansky had an armoire fabricated to allow the mirror function as its center doorway.

Dining table: Oly Studio; Moroccan dining area lanterns: Curry and Company, accessible via Laura U

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Umansky utilized quite a few textured tiles at a monochromatic palette to create architectural details about the dining area’s columns. “We were able to enrich the inside without using color anyplace,” she clarifies.

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The vibrant zigzag tile surrounding the fireplace draws the eye to the center of the far end of this space. More custom built-ins surround it but fade into the background, allowing the tiles require the spotlight.

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The kitchen was closed off from the remainder of the living space. Taking away the wall between the living room and the living area was the first design movement. “We utilized a graceful curve to create a bit of separation in the ceiling,” Umansky says.

Dimensions: Walker-Zanger; pub stools: Abacus, Noir Furniture

Laura U, Inc..

Cobalt blue appears again at the master bedroom on the mattress and the doorways.

The blue-green timber flooring that worked with the house’s former French country style translated nicely to the new Moroccan style. “We loved them and thought they brought a bit of rustic ambiance,” Umansky says.

Laura U, Inc..

Both client and designer agreed that window chairs create spaces in which people really like to spend time, and they found areas to nestle them through the home. This one provides a reading nook just outside the master suite.

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The main bath needed a complete remodel, such as taller-than-average dressing for the tall homeowners.

Patterned-tile walls are common sights in Morocco. Umansky picked a lively pattern at a subdued palette to fit the Texas home.

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A chair-rail-high band of teal paint supporting tall upholstered headboards plays with scale and complementary colors in the guest area.

Laura U, Inc..

Bold cloths, curved walls and elaborate lanterns continue onto the loggia. “This home has a fantastic outdoor area that people diagnosed with outside drapery,” Umansky says. “The drapery is made using 100 percent solution-dyed acrylic fabric, which is excellent for outdoor use and a breeze to maintain,” she says. “You can clean it with a bleach-water solution.”

Laura U, Inc..

A bonus room over the garage functions as a small getaway spot and is a complete departure from the rest of the house — with the exception of this bit of cobalt blue. Everything else is black and white. “It’s an unexpected color combo which we had a ton of fun with!” Umansky says.

Refrigerator: Smeg

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Color Feast: When to Use Orange in the Dining Room

Orange is a high energy, fun and friendly colour, so it is fantastic for the area where we break bread with family and friends. Orange oozes confidence. But for those who lack the confidence to examine this outgoing color within their own spaces, I have gathered together 10 yummy orange dining rooms to inspire one, together with ideas about how to successfully incorporate this fun-loving colour.

Jennifer Ott Design

Orange can quickly flip light if you decide on a lighter shade. To acquire a more sophisticated-looking (and dining area–worthy) light crimson, pick a hue that has some brown in it, like the first and third paint colours displayed here.

Orange paint picks for dining rooms (clockwise from top left):

1. Sea of Sand KM3540-1, Kelly-Moore Paints
2. Mandarin 121-6, Pittsburgh Paints
3. Peach Sorbet 2015-40, Benjamin Moore
4. Ripe Pomegranate 2009-3, Valspar
5. Shanghai AO410, Glidden
6. Orange Nasturtium 103-6, Mythic Paint
7. Summer Citrus S-G-270, Behr
8. Laughing Orange SW6895, Sherwin-Williams

Mark Newman Design

The simplest way to draw bold orange in your dining area is to pick a hue you prefer and paint a wall or 2. Having trouble selecting the right orange? Pull a color out of a favorite painting or upholstery fabric. It’s probably a colour you are attracted to, and it’ll coordinate nicely with the decorative item that inspired it.

Scudder Construction LLC.

A red-orange like this one is not for the timid. Make it work by maintaining the other colours in the area neutral and light. I would also recommend limiting the amount of attention-getting accessories; otherwise the distance can become overwhelming.

The Cousins

Can not pick on or manage artwork you prefer? Make your own work of art via painted stripes or other geometric shapes using a bold colour palette. The colors of orange and gray used here are a superb choice, as they pick up in the crimson and gray hues used elsewhere in the area.

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Philpotts Interiors

This intense red-orange wall shade works well here because it is adjacent to the window. All that bright natural light flowing in accounts out the profound, bold color. Remember that a large window may grow to be a dark abyss at night, depending on the view beyond the glass. A white or alternative light-colored window color can help lighten the room up at night.

Marie Burgos Design

Bold, bright red-orange looks modern and tasteful paired with crisp white and dark brown. This room exemplifies my favorite colour advice: choosing neutral hues for items that you want to keep for quite a while, but going for bold colour on things which are simple and relatively cheap to alter, like an accent wall colour.

Ejay Interiors

Maybe because it reminds me of Thanksgiving feasts, there is just something so delectable about pumpkin-colored walls in the dining area. Think about your favorite orange meals — sweet cantaloupe, wealthy butternut squash soup or even a glass of refreshing freshly squeezed orange juice for colour palette inspiration. For fans of daring, yummy colour, it is a simple way to discover a sweet colour.

Falcon Custom Homes

Obviously, not everyone would like to be cocooned in a bold-colored room. But you can certainly mix in some fun, bright colour and have a light and airy space. I love the tiny bits of happy orange these hip chairs increase the backdrop of cool gray.

Tommy Hein Architects

More cool orange dining chairs, now in a dining area washed in warm neutrals. The warmth of the palette makes this a cozy and inviting area for a dinner party on even the coldest of Denver evenings.

Terrat Elms Interior Design

Following is a somewhat milder orange color that packs a wonderful punch, due to its richness. If you’ve got interesting artwork or decorative accessories to display, it is a good idea to limit the colour palette or pick more toned-down hues. They will complement (rather than compete) the accessories.

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A rust activator added to iron paint achieved the orange, patinated finish with this dining area accent wall. It’s a brilliant, distinctive means to inject interesting colour and texture.

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Color Guide: How to Use Plum

How is plum different from purple? Well, first of all, it is a purple, just an extremely red one. Think of plum skin and plum flesh. Plum is warm and vibrant, someplace between purple and magenta. But deeper. It is regal and classic, and although it’s been all over the runways this year, it transcends trends (although in the event that you care about these things, it’s quite au courant).

It can be quite dark or very bright, earthy or superglam. Plum looks luscious with olive green, chartreuse, marigold yellow, dark beige and grey. Yellow ocher and metallic gold too.

It may have an old-world feel — perfect for a traditional dining area with period trimming — or a bright, contemporary feel, depending on how it’s used and what colour you go for. And, as you may see, it’s fantastic as a cloth, especially a heavy one such as velvet.

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Plum about the Walls

Plum is a rich colour that adds a whole lot of weight and depth to walls. In contemporary rooms similar to this one it is most often used as an accent colour.

European Cabinets & Design Studios

Another plum accent wall in a contemporary white area.

Rachel Reider Interiors

In a space with more architectural details, plum may be used on all of the walls. The glowing white trim makes it pop up and keeps the entire thing from becoming too dark.

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This is a beautiful combination that’s both modern and warm. I adore the mantel that blends in with the wall and of the white from the dark plum.

Winder Gibson Architects

Plum and chartreuse. It is weird, but it functions.


This vibrant colour is almost magenta and works nicely with other pops of very bright colours. It looks great in this contemporary area, but imagine it also in a formal dining area with white wainscoting and trim. It might be gorgeous.

Raina Cox

This architecturally fundamental room is cocooned in plum. It truly adds a sense of depth and coziness that could be lost if the walls were whitened. It works nicely for a bedroom or a small, romantic room such as a library. It probably wouldn’t work too in a living area lacking architectural details and flourishes.

LUX Design

The wallpaper is a subtle way to add a hit of plum into the space. It is a grayer version but still red as purples go.

Amoroso Design

Decorating With Plum

Plum and velvet were only made for each other: rich, soft, luxurious.

Lizette Marie Interior Design

Tufted plum velvet will always do the job. It is similar to the little black dress and red lipstick: classic.

Vuong Interior Design

This lavish plum headboard adds a great deal of glam into an already glammed-up room. Notice how nicely the plum works together with the bluer purples within the room.

Rachel Reider Interiors

These colours work good with plum: beige, navy, turquoise and chartreuse. This chamber happens to combine all of them.

Elad Gonen

This one, too.

Vendome Press

Yet more plum with chartreuse, blues and pinks. Be still, my heart.

Gregory Carmichael

A spare and contemporary dining area is made richer by only some plum on the seats of the chairs.

April Force Pardoe Interiors

Plum with navy and warm wood. Very cozy.

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Plum with pink keeps everything from getting overly girly.

Economy Interiors

Here, plum with pink adds pop and character to an elegant but staid room.


This rich plum headboard appears to shine in this large, white space. Very dramatic, dahlink.


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This rug, which makes lighter toward the middle, appears to shine. It would seem fuzzy against golden wood flooring.

Jamie Gold, CKD, CAPS

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This ruffled shower curtain brings a bit of Carmen Miranda to the home without feeling too kitschy.

Modern Pendant Lighting – $995

A warm plummy glow never did anybody any harm.


Armen Living Centennial Purple Velvet Loveseat – $880

Tufted plum velvet can be yours. Gorgeous.

Benjamin Moore

Elderberry Wine CSP-470 Paint

A dark, rich plum.

Benjamin Moore

Autumn Purple 2073-20 Paint

Additionally dark, but with a tad more grey.


Mature Grape SW6286 Paint

You’d need to get samples to detect the differences between this colour and the one above. Maybe this one is just a sliver lighter?

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A plum with a great deal of red. Nearly a magenta but a plum.

Benjamin Moore Summer Plum 2074-20 Paint

Just a little bit pinker than the previous colour.

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5 Smashing White and Black Homes

By now everybody knows that it is fairly simple and cheap to change up the look of a space by changing out throw pillow covers, a lamp or two, artwork along with a rug. However, to pull this off you want a foundation that is versatile. Using black and white as a foundation makes these switch-ups really simple and can be visually striking. Get ideas on how to do this by these five houses that use black and white as a starting point.

LDa Interiors & Architecture

1. An home in Massachusetts. Upon entering this stunning oceanside home north of Boston, one immediately knows that LDA Architecture and Interiors hasn’t designed a typical beach home.

LDa Interiors & Architecture

This equilibrium of the two colors even retains an TV looking glossy.

LDa Interiors & Architecture

Not all the rooms are white with black accents; others, such as this kitchen, allow black dominate and attract big drama.

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Stephanie Sabbe

2. A daring Manhattan apartment. Interior designer Stephanie Sabbe made a wowing look by using black, white and shades in between (for example, the light grey sofa). This complex home begins with a strong black and white chevron rug on the floor, and picture touches abound in the floor up to the ceiling.

Stephanie Sabbe

Another black and white rug creates continuity between the rooms; this time it’s left in a zebra print. Electric orange dazzles as part of this palette, while boldly coloured prints are anchored by black and white framing. Any of the artwork’s colors would work on the dining chair slipcovers.

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Stephanie Sabbe

Out on the terrace, black woven furniture may take on a bevy of bold hues and geometric prints.

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Susan Duane

3. A nation charmer in western New York. Susan Duane, blogger of Hometown Girl, has maintained the traditional look of her classic home through major renovations. Using black and white brings a traditional look.

Turquoise chairs stick out on the otherwise only black and white screened-in porch.

Susan Duane

White and black tiles on the floor and a traditional floral print on the walls and windows provide this bathroom a classic feel.

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SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.

4. A Shelter Island cottage. For this enchanting cottage on Shelter Island, New York, Steve Schappacher and Rhea White chose a common beachy farmhouse aesthetic and changed it up by making it in black and white.

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Maintaining a strict color palette ties with an eclectic mix of seating and decorating styles.

SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.

Paint provides the cottage kitchen with an ever-changing background.

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Vanessa De Vargas

5. A modern box at Venice Beach. In this modern home, interior designer Vanessa De Vargas conveys substantial black and white pieces throughout the home, frequently in chevron designs. This gave her the freedom to blend in shots of bold color in every room while keeping a cohesive look throughout the whole first floor.

Vanessa De Vargas

The black and white bits in the area work nicely with chrome and glass. An ornate gold mirror along with a natural fiber rug keep things from becoming too matchy-matchy and warm up the otherwise stark colour.

Vanessa De Vargas

Pops of yellow add cheer to the breakfast nook that is white and black.

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2012 Color Trends: Organic Purples for Kitchen and Bath

This 2012 Color Trends show is all about five sexy colour trends projected for the year. In particular I’ll be showing you how you can integrate them into your kitchen and bath in a means which makes sense for your home.

This ideabook concentrates on purple, among my personal favorites. This season’s color predictions show the deep and pale purples you see at sunset and in wildflower fields, instead of those that appear in royal palaces. Purple is a simpler colour to use than you’d expect, because it’s such a natural shade. You find it in herbs and dusky horizons, vineyards and vegetable gardens.

If you have only seen purple a retro glam colour, you are missing its rich subtleties. Consider this: colors which occur in nature, especially when paired with their own natural neighbors, will work together in your house. Mother Nature is the best designer anywhere!

My bedroom and bath is going to be painted a soft plum this year. Here are a few ideas about how you might integrate the purple color trend into your property.

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If you do not need an entirely purple area, consider one section of your kitchen. This bit of plum may be just enough for your preference.

Celia James

Deep purple paint attractively matches the white cabinetry within this kitchen, and it also works well with walnut, walnut oak as well as organic cherry.

Amoroso Design

Fabrics are a great way to introduce color to a kitchen. Here, a deep aubergine pillow covers a banquette and performs well with the area’s white canvas.

Other fabric opportunities comprise dish washer, oven mitts, window coverings and area rugs.

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Adding colour with textiles also works nicely in the restroom. A shower curtain is a simple redo if you tire of this year’s fashion color. This shower curtain flirts with texture as well as colour. Wouldn’t it be fun for a teen girl or even a bachelorette’s bath?

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Wallpaper delivers the opportunity to introduce both colour and pattern into a room. Here, the print mixes together with the bathtub and the wall beneath. A partial treatment allows for a conventional trimwork element within the room, which doesn’t compete with the bathtub facing it.

Bathroom Tile

This look isn’t for the faint of heart, nor the apathetic housekeeper. But it’s a stunningly magnificent tile to integrate into a bath or kitchen project in which you want to create an impression. I envision that this one covering a powder room wall.


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Purple gets playful in this Italian vanity. Its curves and gloss impart a levity into the space. The wall mount adds to the lighthearted feel of the space, as will the coordinating racetrack-shaped mirror over. If you are a purple fan with a sense of whimsy, this could be a fun addition to your master bath.


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Each kitchen and bath has coordinating needs. Why don’t you take the opportunity to add colour via your storage systems? It’s low impact, readily changed and may even brighten your day when you have a look at its cheerful colour.

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