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#1/44: Bold Color and Fabric Wallpaper
#1/44: Bold Color and Fabric Wallpaper
Mix a bold yellow with DIY fabric wallpaper which can be easily removed and swapped out without doing damage to the wall.
#2/44: Light and Color
#2/44: Light and Color
When selecting a paint color, take into consideration the effect that lighting will have (both artificial and natural). Before you committing to a color, buy a sample size of paint and test areas throughout the room. Evaluate the color in morning, afternoon, and evening light.
#3/44: Subtle Color and Fabric Wallpaper
#3/44: Subtle Color and Fabric Wallpaper
Mix a subtle gray with a bold DIY fabric wallpaper which can be easily removed and swapped out without doing damage to the wall.
#4/44: Choosing a Color
#4/44: Choosing a Color
A bright bathroom that receives direct light from a window would look best in a refreshing shade of cool blue or green.
#5/44: Light and Color
#5/44: Light and Color
When selecting a paint color, take into consideration the effect that lighting will have (both artificial and natural). Before you committing to a color, buy a sample size of paint and test areas throughout the room. Evaluate the color in morning, afternoon, and evening light.
#6/44: Light and Color
#6/44: Light and Color
When selecting a paint color, take into consideration the effect that lighting will have (both artificial and natural). Before you committing to a color, buy a sample size of paint and test areas throughout the room. Evaluate the color in morning, afternoon, and evening light.
#7/44: Light and Color
#7/44: Light and Color
When selecting a paint color, take into consideration the effect that lighting will have (both artificial and natural). Before you committing to a color, buy a sample size of paint and test areas throughout the room. Evaluate the color in morning, afternoon, and evening light.
#8/44: Open Floor Plans and Color
#8/44: Open Floor Plans and Color
Use color to delineate rooms in an open floor plan. In this apartment, a bold red paint is used to separate the foyer from the living room.
#9/44: Update a Room with Slipcovers
#9/44: Update a Room with Slipcovers
Use neutral colored slipcovers to give a quick and budget friendly update to your living room.
#10/44: Slate Gray Walls
#10/44: Slate Gray Walls
Slate gray walls are the perfect base for a minimalistic living room.
#11/44: Neutrals with Accent Color
#11/44: Neutrals with Accent Color
This living room is decorated mostly in neutrals with one bold accent color throughout.
#12/44: Cathedral Ceilings & Neutral Colors
#12/44: Cathedral Ceilings & Neutral Colors
Cathedral ceilings look wonderful in neutral colors. Dark or bold colors have a tendency to make such ceilings appear cave-like.
#13/44: Lavender Kitchen
#13/44: Lavender Kitchen
Create an ultra-feminine kitchen with light lavender walls and curtains.
#14/44: Vinyl Wall Art
#14/44: Vinyl Wall Art
Vinyl wall art is an easy way to spice up a bedroom without painting or wallpapering. The decals can be applied, removed, and rearranged without damaging the wall.
#15/44: Natural Wood
#15/44: Natural Wood
This modern living room features natural wood inspired colors and contemporary furniture.
#16/44: Neutral Walls & Bold Fabric Wallpaper
#16/44: Neutral Walls & Bold Fabric Wallpaper
Neutral colored walls serve as an excellent background to more vibrant accents such as the textured fabric wallpaper in this living room.
#17/44: One Color, Different Hues
#17/44: One Color, Different Hues
In this modern living room, purple walls are accented by red-purple furniture and accessories.
#18/44: Animal Print Accents
#18/44: Animal Print Accents
These zebra print pillows add a modern feel to this neutral-themed living room.
#19/44: Light and Color
#19/44: Light and Color
When selecting a paint color, take into consideration the effect that lighting will have (both artificial and natural). Before you committing to a color, buy a sample size of paint and test areas throughout the room. Evaluate the color in morning, afternoon, and evening light.
#20/44: Blue, Brown & Cream
#20/44: Blue, Brown & Cream
Decorate your living room with items sharing a similar color palette in various patterns and textures.
#21/44: Light Gray Walls
#21/44: Light Gray Walls
Slate gray walls are the perfect base for a clean and minimalistic bedroom.
#22/44: Monochromatic Bedroom
#22/44: Monochromatic Bedroom
Utilize a monochromatic color scheme in your bedroom by featuring various patterns and textures.
#23/44: Warm Light and Color
#23/44: Warm Light and Color
When selecting a paint color, take into consideration the effect that lighting will have (both artificial and natural). Before you committing to a color, buy a sample size of paint and test areas throughout the room. Evaluate the color in morning, afternoon, and evening light.
#24/44: Neutral Walls & Bold Accessories
#24/44: Neutral Walls & Bold Accessories
Neutral colored walls serve as an excellent background to bold accessories such as the wall of geometric mirrors in this dining room.
#25/44: Red Accent Wall
#25/44: Red Accent Wall
Add a bit of drama to a room without going overkill by painting an accent wall red.
#26/44: Bathroom Plants
#26/44: Bathroom Plants
Potted or hanging plants are a great way to brighten a neutral-themed bathroom. Humidity loving plants such as Boston Ferns and Spider Plants will thrive in this environment
#27/44: Neutral Colors and Accent Wall
#27/44: Neutral Colors and Accent Wall
Create a modern look in a neutral-colored room by wallpapering one accent wall with an interesting print.
#28/44: Light and Color
#28/44: Light and Color
When selecting a paint color, take into consideration the effect that lighting will have (both artificial and natural). Before you committing to a color, buy a sample size of paint and test areas throughout the room. Evaluate the color in morning, afternoon, and evening light.
#29/44: Slate Gray Walls
#29/44: Slate Gray Walls
Slate gray walls are the perfect base for minimalistic bedroom.
#30/44: Lemon and Lime
#30/44: Lemon and Lime
Use two colors with similar hues to create a harmonious environment, like in this yellow and lime room.
#31/44: Inspiration from Fabric
#31/44: Inspiration from Fabric
Not sure where to begin when redecorating your bedroom? Start by finding a bedspread that you love and then find a matching paint color. Most retailers will even mix a custom color for you from a sample.
#32/44: Light and Color
#32/44: Light and Color
When selecting a paint color, take into consideration the effect that lighting will have (both artificial and natural). Before you committing to a color, buy a sample size of paint and test areas throughout the room. Evaluate the color in morning, afternoon, and evening light.
#33/44: Light and Color
#33/44: Light and Color
When selecting a paint color, take into consideration the effect that lighting will have (both artificial and natural). Before you committing to a color, buy a sample size of paint and test areas throughout the room. Evaluate the color in morning, afternoon, and evening light.
#34/44: Feng-Shui Colors
#34/44: Feng-Shui Colors
The bedroom is a place for relaxation and love, so be sure to choose warm, feminine colors in the decorating scheme for your bedroom, such as burgundy, red, purple and pink. As a plus, warm colors are thought to have a soothing effect.
#35/44: Color and Space
#35/44: Color and Space
In small spaces, pick one key color and run with it in various forms (accent wall, rug, accessories).
#36/44: Red Walls & White Molding
#36/44: Red Walls & White Molding
White picture frame molding gives this bold red room a classic touch.
#37/44: Color Scheme with Similar Hues
#37/44: Color Scheme with Similar Hues
Use a variety of colors with similar hues to create a harmonious environment.
#38/44: Gray, Brown, & Orange
#38/44: Gray, Brown, & Orange
Gray-Blue walls serve as a base for this modern kitchen with brown and orange accents.
#40/44: Monochromatic Bedroom
#40/44: Monochromatic Bedroom
Utilize a monochromatic color scheme in your bedroom to by featuring various patterns and textures.
#42/44: Light and Color
#42/44: Light and Color
When selecting a paint color, take into consideration the effect that lighting will have (both artificial and natural). Before you committing to a color, buy a sample size of paint and test areas throughout the room. Evaluate the color in morning, afternoon, and evening light.
#43/44: Kitchen Walls and Cabinets
#43/44: Kitchen Walls and Cabinets
Paint kitchen walls and cabinets the same color for a unique look.
#44/44: Monochromatic Bedroom
#44/44: Monochromatic Bedroom
Utilize a monochromatic color scheme in your bedroom to by featuring various patterns and textures.
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