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Chris Snook
Knight Frank LTD
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picture frames, bold use of orange against the white ceiling and cornicing
I don't love it, but I'm impressed with the boldness.
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
bold gold yellow...bold colors
“nothing” — totalae
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
West Hills Victorian
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Bright, bold pillows. The great thing about black or brown leather is that just about
7. Bright, bold pillows. The great thing about black or brown leather is that just about
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design Save Email 7. Bright, bold pillows. The great thing about black or brown leather is that just about
7. Bright, bold pillows. The great thing about black or brown leather is that just about
7. Bright, bold pillowsThe great thing about black or brown leather is that just about any-colour
“paint color” — tinegood
Liz Levin Interiors
Georgetown Residence
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the family in this Federal style row house. Mingling old and new with the bold and beautiful makes this small space a real stunner, kid and dog included
fun! Like the bold colors and mixing of lucite, bold wallpaper, and textures
Love the bold mix of colors and patterns, but the side table is too high for anyone sitting
Jesse loves the offbeat, bold wallpaper pattern behind the living room sofa. "It's not boring, which fits the taste of a man who wears bright orange urban
Bold and cheerful. Nobody puts this baby in the corner! (Figuratively speaking
from the wallpaper and run with it — that’s what the designer did with this bold striped chair. Olive green and fuchsia are complementary colors, which is
Large, bold print with vibrant colors.
“like the color” — chevene
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Caitlin & Caitlin Design Co.
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Newport Beach Project
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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 wall above.
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.
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 wall above.
“Ben Moore tarrytown green” — debra251
The Yellow Cape Cod
13 Reviews
Cottage Chic Family Room
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Go for bold Stripes are suddenly popular again, and when they’re as gorgeous as these
Bold stripes...Love these bold stripes...Navy- white bold horizontal stripes...Bold curtain
“Striped drapes” — gms2144
Lulu Designs
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Cool, calm and collected
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2. Subtle. Bold hues not for you? Color doesn’t always need to hit you in the face to be
2. Subtle. Bold hues not for you? Color doesn’t always need to hit you in the face to be
2. SubtleBold hues not for you? Colour doesn’t always need to hit you in the face to be
Go for subtle highlightsBold hues not for you? Colour doesn’t always need to hit you in the face to be
Janet Paik
Danger Zone by Martha Angus and Eche Martinez
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made out of Kid Robot toys are playful elements that could work only in a bold room like this. Windows that had an unfortunate view were covered up with
Weave in some patternSwirling lines in bold, contrasting shades capture the retro vibe, but you can bring it up to date
and orange upholstery further ramps up the Seventies style.Check out more bold monochrome ideas
“Ceiling” — kjcarro
The Yellow Cape Cod
13 Reviews
Cottage Chic Family Room
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Window to street-bold, optimist statement
Bold black and white...bold curtains...bold design
“red and black” — Kim Bartnik
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