colorful living rooms (no beige allowed)!
read: 25 reasons why you should paint your walls.
Published Mar 21, 2016 4:00 PM
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A tinted navy wall paint sets the backdrop for a mod mix of furnishings with a shabby chic touch.
On the opposing side of the color spectrum, we found that the key to decking a room in an almost exclusively warm palette lies within a handful of delicate neutrals, cleverly interspersed within the textured accents.
A serene wall paint that fluctuates between a deep gray and a shady blue fits right in with the subdued aesthetic of this Scandinavian living room.
A lilac backdrop sets the tone for pastel furnishings and a modest mix of copper accents, instilling a calming essence throughout the space.
Similar wall paint in Behr’s Courteous.
A study in contrast featuring two rather bold yet dynamic decorative elements: a concrete floor and delicate furnishings with plenty of frill, set against an eclectically intricate backdrop.
Playful patterns of the sweetest shades redefine the concept of a two-toned room.
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An elegant mix of classically modern furnishings soften the bold intensity of the charcoal wall paint.
Paint in Farrow & Ball’s Off-Black.
A subtly patterned wallpaper of a neutrally saturated shade, gives way to the dynamically eclectic details of the island-chic and mid-century mod decor.
If you ask us, a smokey gray is in fact a color, especially when paired with wood floors and a tinted wall paint with the slightest hint of color.
A whitewashed ceiling accentuates the boldness of the bright blue wall paint and eclectically colorful decor.
This two-toned living room features a chic mix of color, texture, and style. Sleek copper details and a marbled wallpaper further elevate the decor of the space.
A pigmented brown with a hint of magenta has us seriously reconsidering this commonly overlooked shade.
Accent wall in London Clay by Farrow & Ball.
Proof that there’s no such thing as too much color. Vibrant furnishings elevate this gray-washed living room with a burst of color and mid-century mod style.
The trick to a colorful space without having to paint the walls? Investing in a wall-to-wall mirror installation to reflect an eclectically vibrant decor.
Inside this English cottage, a bright green wall paint emulates the rustic decor of the warm space.
A seemingly textured wallpaper instills an illusion of depth to the monochrome walls, providing a sensible base for the warm-hued decorative elements.
A rosy wall paint creates a subdued setting for the accented colors and organic features of this inviting space.
Proof that a color block works just as well with two very saturated and fearless shades. Note the thought-out hue of the sofa, used to bring the bold wall colors together.
A lesson in decorating with accents, found in an otherwise monochrome living room filled with subtle bursts of eye-catching color.
We can hardly keep up with the number of shades of blue found in this lone space, further accentuated by daylight and clever paint color contrasts.
A delicate wall paint with a cool undertone fits right in with the dusty blush-toned furnishings and decor.
Wall paint in Farrow & Ball’s Calamine.
Wood panel walls should more or less be a requirement for the beachfront property. Coupled with porthole windows and a nautical design scheme, this home is the ultimate summer escape.
scheme that stems from the patterned wallpaper, emulates itself among the colorfully textured furnishings and delicately woven accent pieces of this desert-inspired living space.
composed of intricately detailed frames fit right in with the saturated wall paint, proving that every room deserves an accent piece, or two.