560 splashes Family Room Design Photos

Chimera Interior Design
10 Reviews
Play/Guest House
Ideabooks4,621
Questions9
bright splashes in white or grey room
dining space, bathroom and sleeping loft. Walls, cabinetry and furnishings in white and light gray provide a neutral foundation for bright, colorful splashes and patterns. "We went with a palette of teal, orange and lime green, which the clients feel really uplifted the space. You feel this jolt of energy
“Like the loft color” — bonesteshouse
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Rooftop Retreat Addition in Toronto
Ideabooks1,103
Questions1
Ikea bookcase slots neatly into a wall niche, creating an instant reading nook when paired with the Eames chair. Splashes
An Ikea Expedit bookcase slots neatly into a wall niche, creating an instant reading nook when paired with the Eames chair. Splashes of vivid red give the space some kid credibility, visible in the chair and children's table as well as the paint finish on the north wall. The photograph on the right is
“Steps” — jingliecon
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Showhouse
Ideabooks5,377
Questions6
A hint of red at the right moment is just as striking as a room full of red. Try a red pillow on a soft black sofa, paired with a splash of red in a great piece of art.
A hint of red at the right moment is just as striking as a room full of red. Try a red pillow on a soft black sofa, paired with a splash of red in a great piece of art.
“The colors we like, and the artwork” — ameenasafiya
Contemporary Family Room
Ideabooks5,461
Questions8
Orange and yellow reflect the colors of the warm Southern sun. To cool this color palette down, add a splash of blue to balance the color temperature.Paint pick: Blaze Orange, Behr
“Orange Appeal BM” — Anthony Yuen
Nest Modern
1 Review
Casa Nido
Ideabooks5,196
Questions7
Midcentury modern can be all white and wood, or it can be all white and wood and splashes of amazing, bright, cheerful color. This couch has real personality.
“colors” — Leslie
Modern Family Room
Ideabooks20,343
Questions7
Playing with repetition of objects is a sophisticated way to add a splash of style. Try leaning photos of similar images against your fireplace surround for an easy display.Decorating your mantel symmetrically is another
“assymetrical hearth in front of book shelf” — sjoymiller
Carol Vaughan-Davis
Carol Vaughan-Davis
Ideabooks8,397
Questions2
shelving unit and the book styling in this traditional living room are stunning. The designer grounds the space with neutral furnishings and layers on splashes of color by way of book spines.
“love color organization of the books” — dfdeanhouse
Chris Snook
Knight Frank LTD
Ideabooks11,699
Questions5
Splash on your favourite shadeBright colours add drama and surprise to a living room, but if you’re unsure about using them along an entire wall, confine
“Vertical stripe” — jesprice48
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