Not too long ago pink walls were usually relegated to kiddie bedrooms or retro bathrooms. But thanks to the rise of millennial pink, pink-colored walls are popping up everywhere. An example is the salmon pink wall in this mostly white kitchen by Casa Colombo and Serboli Architecture based in Barcelona, Spain. But the colorful goodness does not stop there. For a touch of lovely contrast, they painted the shutter apple green.
Next up, designs where the top and bottom cabinets are painted in different tones have become quite popular. This technique works particularly well if there's a need to ground the bottom cabinets using a darker color, or if you're looking to create a cozier feel in your kitchen by "pulling the ceiling down" with a darker tone for the top cabinets.
Good design can make any room look great, and living rooms are no exception. When designing your living room, begin with establishing your style along with correct balance, proportion and scale of furnishings and decor. After that, everything else will fall perfectly into place.
In this interior, pairing grays, blues, and pops of bright green with neutrals keeps the color scheme serene. Striped slipcovered chairs are an easy nautical touch. Blue nubbly linen curtains with pretty patterned trim are like the rest of the decor: refined but relaxed.
The front door features a limestone surround with a wrought iron hanging lantern. The custom curved top paneled mahogany door has antique glass. Standing seam copper roof and bluestone terrace complete the entry. The exterior of the house is Parex stucco.
You will find inspirational bedroom interiors here. In addition to pictures of great bedrooms, you will also find ideas for decorative pillows, bed headboards, walk in wardrobes and more…
Combining fresh roses, peonies, and hyacinths in exciting new ways allows us to enjoy their beauty each day. Fashion this delightful bouquet as a centerpiece whenever company's coming or any time you're ready for a wonderful treat.
Beige is frequently ignored as a great décor color. In most instances, it’s used in bits and pieces, but a living room decorated in beige can be striking and far from boring. What’s more, beige can be used like a neutral shade making it easy to add additional hues. Beige works with practically everything!