When Color Makes A Room
Introducing hues that stole the spotlight in their respective rooms.
Homeowners and renters alike often look for that punch of personality when decorating a room. Head-scratching and frustration ensue as you rack your brain trying to figure out what the wow-factor should be. Statement-making artwork? An oversized lamp? You don't know what it is… But you know the room needs something.
When in doubt, some designers and decorators look to the color wheel for inspiration. As they flip through swatches, the aha moment arises: Make color the main character.
If you've got a room that feels lackluster, give it a splash of saturation like those below.
The hot pink stools tie in touches of the vibrant hues featured in the painting above the dining room table in this Lake Norman party house featured here.
The calming green walls and lively plants create a zen experience in the office space of this Myer's Park home.
A bright blue dresser is layered on top of a somber blue hue to keep the vibe upbeat in this artsy NoDa loft.
With energetic artwork on the walls and blue-and-orange accent pieces, this Elizabeth home's back room stays grounded with neutral gray peppered in.
To keep the modern design in this contemporary midtown condo from feeling too cold, an overdyed red rug and coordinating pillows add warmth.