Memorial Park ModernContemporary Living Room, Houston
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Photos by Julie Soefer
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Bright yellow. For a sunny palette, try partnering yellow with a splash of rose gold accessories. The golden undertones of the yellow will pull out more of the radiant nature of rose gold, creating a brilliant and fun palette. Any shade of yellow works fairly well with rose gold — it’s like pairing yellow and orange. When pairing rose gold and yellow, opt for a neutral background. This photo shows a perfect example of how a neutral gray room is brightened with just a small dose of yellow in the form of throw pillows. The complementary rose gold pendants add just the right amount of glow to make a glam statement but not take over the entire room.
Open-concept floor plans will be around for some time, but one complaint people have about them is that it's a challenge integrating the different spaces that serve different functions. One strategy to get a cohesive look is to pick a neutral background palette — say, shades of tan or gray — and then punctuate here and there with one or two more vibrant hues. The copper on the lights and the happy yellow pillows and accessories make this space eye catching but fairly restrained colorwise.