Style Secret: Strong ColorIf there's one color scheme that anchors this style, it's black and white, which epitomizes the sharp contrast that characterizes Hollywood Regency interiors (and shows up well in films). But jolts of bright, juicy color lend the energy that the look demands. Think turquoise, fuchsia, tangerine, regal purple. Keep the palette focused to avoid a kitschy rainbow effect.Behind the scenes: Layer in color in a way that celebrates contrast. A teal chair against a sapphire-blue wall won't pop in the same way that a red one against bright yellow will. Metallics also can help enhance and amplify the brights, as long as they don't compete with them.