Judging by how the window frame and sill are styled, we’re pretty positive we’d be fans of the whole home.
When paired with black, bright pink tends to feel punk, not pretty. But this two-toned window frame proves that’s not always the case.Elsie Larson, one half of @abeautifulmess, has the prettiest home patio. The white brick and marble paired with this pastel turquoise screams sophisticated funk.
EVERYTHING about this kitchen is just so right. We love how the window frame is clearly the meant to be the center of attention, but then the color is carried throughout the space in the floor tiling and with dishware and other accessories.
While this is technically a door, the door has windows, so we’re counting it. The hue is the perfect pop of green that especially stands out against beautiful autumn foliage.
Now this is a storefront we would stop into. The black, turquoise, and brick paired with the kitschy window decals just works.
So. Much. Green! If you’re looking to replicate, beware. This project will require lots of attention to detail and will be time consuming, but would definitely be worth it.
These yellow, exterior-facing windows are the perfect frame for printed curtains.
Black might not be a bright color, but it still makes a statement and can be a chic accessory to any room.
This event space is a color lover’s DREAM! We love how the entire exterior, including the window panes, is a rich bluish teal.
Looks similar to the previous photo, no? You can never have enough colorful, velvet seating in our book. But instead of a blue exterior, the designers of San Antonio’s Hotel Havana painted the beams and window frames a lighter turquoise hue.
This pastel coral and green color combo makes us happy.
This New Orleans building went pink on pink, painting their window frames a faint, almost neutral shade of the cheery color.
Well this is a fun way to spice up an indoor patio! The mix of modern, beachy bohemian vibes in this room is impressive.