Add a dose of purple love through an accent chair upholstered in an eggplant shade — and in leather, now that is glam. Purple works really well with shiny tones. The chairs in front of this shimmering wallpaper create a very rich feel.
Spice up a room filled with blue and white pieces by layering on a bit of deep purple through an accent chair, throw blanket and pillows.
Warm up the floor in purple using a Madeline Weinrib Atelier Grape Otto Rug. I love saying "grape."
Apply a light or deep tone of a more pink-purple violet shade on the wall behind a built-in. Wall color is an inexpensive change you can make again and again.
Work in purple through the trim work. This bedroom is all about the gold and a wisteria shade of purple. Painting the trim adds to the Old World charm.
Adding purple in your bedroom can be as simple as changing out the pillows. You can also paint the walls the slightest lilac color for a relaxing look.
Add purple simply by draping an eggplant shade throw over a chair. It is such a regal color in its boldest form.
This bedroom is soothing using very pale lavender shades from the walls to the upholstery.
Turn a bathroom into a romantic retreat using a blue purple wisteria shade on the walls.
Do not be afraid of this dark shade of aubergine. This intense side of purple really pops out the streamlined cabinets in contemporary style.
Another kitchen using a wisteria shade in a more traditional kitchen setting. Very bright and cheerful.
An inexpensive way to change the look of a dining area is to refinish the chairs. These benches now become pretty focal pieces in a coat of purple.
Another deep shade of purple. And used with reds! Together they create a very warm dining area.