Paul Smith swirls his trademark stripes into a kaleidoscope of colors for this rug. I'd love to use this piece as the only hit of color in an all white room.
I like the idea of making sweeping a little more fun. This brightly striped metal dustpan would certainly make your daily chores a little more entertaining.
The first time I saw these vividly striped bowls I knew I had to have them. They make my morning cereal that much more enjoyable.
Once again, bold stripes of color make up this beautifully textured throw. Put it on the arm of a chair or at the end of your bed to bring some excitement into your room.
Add a jolt of color to your walls with one of these prints by Jennifer Sanchez. I love the vibrancy and dynamic nature of her work.
Flags of color make up these animated curtains. I could imagine them in a kid's bedroom with a carnival theme.
These random stripes of color punctuated with circle end stops are inspired by the subway maps you see in major cities. I think this triptych would look great in a living room or office.
This classic Orla Kiely wallpaper in a muted range of retro colors would be the perfect focal point for a nursery or young girl's bedroom.
Looking to add a bit more color to your bed or living room? Look no further than these Donna Wilson–designed pillows. I love the subtle blend of colors and textures.