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Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
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We couldn't find this exact pattern, but here are a few equally bright and bold florals that will help you get the look: ... ... ... ...
Bold but a little too much
don't be afraid to be bold!!
bold accent wall & bright colors
using floral motifs ... can be a great excuse to go bold," write the Becker and Copestick. Decorate Tip: "Papering only one wall in the kitchen leaves the rest of the space dedicated to displaying objects, china and lights in a vast array of bold and cheerful colors that dance against the vivid wall
Pow! A bold, modern take on a chintz pattern enlivens this little kitchen.
4. Make bold decorating decisions, even on fixtures and finishes. Don't limit yourself to builder's-beige paint, stainless
“The floral and colors!” — kcbaxter
BarlisWedlick Architects, Tribeca Studio
Artist's Loft
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the bold hues for the cabinets
Two bold hues. Why stop with one bold color when you can have two? Choose one hue for the upper cabinets and another for the lowers, or do most of the
Sleek and smooth, bold, happy feel to the room, flows from one end to the other, no fuss! Clever addition of green!
6. Two bold hues. Why stop with one bold color when you can have two? Choose one hue for the upper cabinets and another for the lowers, or do most of the cabinets in one hue and
“desk area for girls in the nook similar to the one at the end of this kitchen?” — Shelley Van Zant
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CA
Kitchen
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kitchen the WOW factor. It is just enough to be totally bold without screaming.
You can personalize a space with a bright, bold and favorite color. Remember that an all-beige world wouldn't be as compelling.Do you have a room painted your favorite color? Don't worry about resale. A paint color can always be changed. So do what you want.
“Paint ur fave color” — pixieboo
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Las Palmas Oasis
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Bold use of color at counter
Beautiful mosaic glass tile backsplash using bold colors.
Bold use of color, though not overwhelming with the clean whiteness of the cabinets, walls, and lighting fixture.
If you want to go bold with both your countertop and backsplash, bring a sample of your chosen countertop material with you as you shop for backsplash tile. You will be able to instantly limit your backsplash options to those that work with your countertop material. If you are struggling with finding
If you want to go bold with both your benchtop and splashback, bring a sample of your chosen benchtop material with you as you shop for splashback tile. You will be able to
“color scheme” — Samantha Jolly
Loop Design
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Dandelion House
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change — like for the countertop and the floors — and use bold colors for things that are easy to change out — like paint and accessories.
1. Aqua Knockout in AustinReaders loved designer Jennifer Ott's aqua and lime kitchen in Texas. While the bold-colored island and backsplash caught Houzzers' eyes,
1. Aqua and Apple Green KitchenDesigner/homeowner: Jennifer OttLocation: Austin, Texas Jennifer Ott chose the bold colors for her kitchen based simply on what she likes. Housewares that she'd purchased and fallen in love with were often in bright hues, so it only
“larchmere paint island” — hobknob
Camilla Molders
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Camilla Molders Design
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Vibrant aqua paired with red, dark wood and hammered pendant lights makes a bold statement in this Port Melbourne kitchen designed by Camilla Molders. The large windows let in a flood of light from the gardens and beckon you to carry your meal outdoors.
Use superpigmented hues for a rich effect. Vibrant turquoise is gorgeous on its own, but it really stands out when paired with equally bold red and a gleaming metallic touch, like the chairs and pendant lights shown here.
6. Splash of colourAdd personality and a slick of colour to your timber cooking space, with a bold splashback in a look-at-me hue. If you’re feeling particularly daring, find paint in a similar shade so you can coat the rest of your walls, too.
“sweet” — Emilia Agustina Badan
Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
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Amber Hopman Hopman gleaned this smart tip from interior designer Kristy Kropat about how to add bold color without having regrets once the paint is dry. Full story: Case Study: The Fearless Approach to Bold Color
field) covers less noticeable surface area and is therefore toned down, despite the bright color.Her kitchen supports this idea. The orange counter seems bold yet looks understated with gray walls, white cabinets and a clear and white glass tile backsplash.Not afraid of intense color? Go for that colorful
“i like the screened cabinets and splash of color” — addyray
moment design + productions, llc
West Village Apartment
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a neutral? If so, liven things up by pulling in one or two bold colors through accent pieces.
Love the bold, red bar stools
by looking at the colors in it. Does one hue dominate? (Yes, brown counts.) Is every color a neutral? If so, liven things up by pulling in one or two bold colors through accent pieces.
by looking at the colors in it. Does one hue dominate? (Yes, brown counts.) Is every color a neutral? If so, liven things up by pulling in one or two bold colors through accent pieces.
“Ak likes stools But mom thinks it looks like a toilet bowl.” — dtkfam
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