42,939 bold print Home Design Photos

Eclectic Dining Room
Ideabooks2,195
Questions4
I like the print on the back treatment and solid on front. Beautiful layering
layerd w bold pattern, ceiling to floor on rods on top
print shades with long plain curtains
add a print to living room?
I like the printed roman and plain drape
Like the printed roman shades with the solid drapes.
print shades and the sold curtain
“Windoe” — smalerie
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Chimera Interior Design
10 Reviews
Play house
Ideabooks1,229
Questions5
Bold and I can see in my bathroom.
I bet you have never seen Koi like this before. The digital, Koi inspired, wallcovering is bold and energetic!
Are you kidding? This is perfect,yeah,a d bold too.it definately works for me.
fantastic!!!!!!!!!! bold wallpaper instead of tile, saves the budget!
Boldly goSurprise guests with a full-on flash of psychedelic wallpaper in the loudest colour you can find. It will certainly make trips to the bathroom a
“ikea” — Pollyanna Ribeiro Dantas Schiavo
Caitlin & Caitlin Design Co.
8 Reviews
Newport Beach Project
Ideabooks1,078
Questions3
noticeable. Draw the eye up and away by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye-popping color on the wall above.
With the wall painted a rich, dark hue, the TV and credenza here are already less noticeable. Draw the eye up and away by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye-popping color on the
eye up and away by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye-popping color on the wall above.
5. Distract from the TV (Take 1). With the wall painted a rich, dark hue, the TV and credenza here are already less noticeable. Draw the eye up and away by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye-popping
with the wall painted a rich, dark hue, the TV and credenza are less noticeable. Draw the eye up by hanging a bold sculpture in white or an eye=popping color on the wall above.
“Sectional” — jillhicks
Chris Snook
Knight Frank LTD
Ideabooks3,042
Questions4
I don't love it, but I'm impressed with the boldness.
bold color family room - grasscloth probably too much
2. Carrot, Magenta and PlumThis palette sticks to the warm side of the color wheel and illustrates another strategy for working with bold colors: Have one of your predominant colors be less vibrant to act as a grounding color. This plum color has some black in it, which grays it out and
“TV stand” — cindyski
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
VP Interiors 2010
Ideabooks4,033
Questions7
Think bold color. Don’t be afraid to complement boldly colored wallpaper with separate bold color in the décor. This floral purple paper pops against these red contemporary dining chairs. Balanced with
red and purple combination. Rich and bold. More: Browse photos of purple in home design
Choose a black background. Black is hardly a color associated with flowers, so when it’s mixed with a floral motif, it’s entirely unexpected. And when paired with a bold color, like in the Flavor Paper by Elysian
“pouff cafe” — paracena
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
Ideabooks9,747
Questions5
I love the use of color. It looks amazing! Thank you for inspiring me to be bold with color!!
Wow what a statemen, bold but cute. All the colors though different all work off each other.
I like the bold use of color
I like the Fun-N-Funky colors. It's bold yet still doesn't look "kiddish."
Bold use of colour
“Wow what a statemen, bold but cute. All the colors though different all work off each other.” — godsplansforme
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks9,743
Questions6
blues, greens and other washed-out hues. Don't combine too many pastels; stick with one or two shades instead. Hot tip: If you can't resist a bit of bold color, go right ahead. But limit it to a handful of smaller furnishings or accessories, and keep it tone on tone. One turquoise pillow in a tumble of
blues, greens and other washed-out hues. Don't combine too many pastels; stick with one or two shades instead. Hot tip: If you can't resist a bit of bold color, go right ahead. But limit it to a handful of smaller furnishings or accessories, and keep it tone on tone. One turquoise pillow in a tumble of
blues, greens and other washed-out hues. Don't combine too many pastels; stick with one or two shades instead. Hot tip: If you can't resist a bit of bold color, go right ahead. But limit it to a handful of smaller furnishings or accessories, and keep it tone on tone. One turquoise pillow in a tumble of
“mantel” — debwonadime
Dunlap Design Group, LLC
5 Reviews
Powder Room
Ideabooks10,827
Questions13
a great way to use luxurious materials and go for over-the-top style--a powder room should always be a surprise for guests. We painted the walls in bold stripes to visually “widen” the space, and papered the ceiling with an elegant silver leaf. The laser-cut drapery fabric becomes sculpture and adds
LOVE the bold stripes - crisp & clean looking!
Use of bold stripes and also wall hung sink make a small bathroom appear larger.
Creative paint treatments. Use the simple and affordable power of paint to completely change your bathroom's look. Bold colors are great, but creative paint treatments also work well in little spaces. Paint is an easy update to fix, so don't be afraid to play around.
Creative paint treatments. Use the simple and affordable power of paint to completely change your bathroom’s look. Bold colours are great, but creative paint treatments also work well in little spaces. Paint is an easy update to fix, so don’t be afraid to play around
“floor tile... white/brown...” — mehull
To Wallpaper or not to wallpaper?
How do we feel about bold wallpaper on every wall in a room? I'm toying with the 'wrap around' feel or a feature wall? The room isn't huge and I'm conscious...
Need help on colors and patterns to use!
Help! I am stumped! I am trying to decorate around my Burnt Orange Leather sofa! I am going to paint the kitchen island dark grey and I also want to do...
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