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with a bright color, throw down a great rug that can take lots of traffic and include all the things that will allow you to exit the house with ease.
El Taller Gallery
serene. The throw on the sofa looks like a Mexican serape.
How did this purely Southwestern ensemble end up tagged as French Country? From the hideous early 20th century Mexican painting to the terra-cotta stucco to the striped serape throw, this alcove SCREAMS South Of The Border.
A bright Mexican blanket, or Saltillo serape, makes a great casual chair or sofa cover, especially for vintage finds that you haven't gotten around to re-covering. Since a blanket cover doesn't have to be permanent, take a chance with extra-bright colors to add a festive touch on a whim.
easy to throw in the wash when the grimy kids make a mess, good for adding color and texture, can change out for seasons. Check urban outfitters website for their tapestries. Inexpensive and pretty.
Harbor View Hills
Beautiful bright yellow door, plants, seating etc.
bolder hue throws you for a loop, try this trick: Snap a photo of your house, then take it to the paint store so you can see how different colors work with your exterior. Choose a shade that contrasts strongly with the primary paint color: bright pink paired with pale gray siding, turquoise against rusty
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Stephanie Wiley Photography
adding some throw pillows add a welcoming pop of color to this outdoor entryway.
Fun, bright touches of color.
with throw pillows in similar colors to tie the space together.
Bright blue door...Bright door
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
like the brightness in this one - the yellows
bright colors with neutral walls
casual throw and toss pillows.
Beautiful & bright...yellow throw
Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
as well throw in big color too. Contrast bold color with crisp white for a modern, fresh-feeling aesthetic that says, "No wallflowers live here."
like the bright ccolor and uniqueness
large and bright porter's chair makes a strong design statement in this bright white entryway.
4. Go big with color and form. This reminds me of one of those lightweight summer hoodies. If you are going to experiment with a bold shape for a chair, you might as well throw in big color too. Contrast bold
Lauren Leonard Interiors
So bright and cheerful! I love the pine tongue and groove planking on the walls.
Bright cheery entry...Bright and pretty...orange throw pillow
too, throw a textured area rug over your hardwood floors, or carpets, to give the room a warm comfy feel. Pick a color that matches your walls and the artwork (see above). Or, as mentioned previously, you could go with a color that’s complimentary to the rest of the room, just to make a statement.
Meanwhile, the bright rug expresses the classic-meets-contemporary theme from the moment you walk in the door.