Creatively colorful and oozing with style, these two contemporary home interiors make an eye-catching statement. Our first featured home design is a color-packed adventure of green, blue, yellow, red, and pink accents that crash together in unexpected ways. You’ll find a color-blocked salmon pink kitchen linked with a mint green dining spot, and a multicolored lounge area. Color-banded ceiling treatments make unique decor additions, and a zany walk-in wardrobe design draws attention with a striking glass wall. Our second home design is a more sophisticated arrangement. This bold design scheme favors two contrasting colors to zone an open-plan living space with bold pizazz. Which one is your favorite?
Starting in the multicolored living room of our first featured home interior, we find a cobalt blue couch cutting through a mint green perimeter. Bright yellow drapes strike a contrasting note that bleeds color onto the ceiling.
A unique media console combines colored finishes to make an eye-catching statement piece.
Furniture is minimal in the loud-colored living room, so that the interior does not become overwhelmed. A golden
The gold lamp frame complements the yellow living room curtains, echoing their vertical folds.
Frameless interior doors are color-matched to the walls so that they become smoothly camouflaged. Racetrack-shaped mirrors add a trendy motif to a row of hallway closets. The mirrors helpfully reflect natural light from the living room windows opposite. Three globe ceiling lights further illuminate the hallway space.
Behind the bright blue sofa, a salmon pink kitchen and matching wall paint creates a wide color-blocked effect. The pink paintwork is contrasted by cool mint color-blocking beside the dining area, which helps to clearly define the two zones.
The kitchen island and extractor hood are finished in pure white to give the eyes a peaceful place to rest in the bright decor scheme. Gold
The kitchen itself is a very small installation with just a few cabinets. The color-matched walls make the kitchen arrangement appear much larger and more impressive.
In the bedroom, a blue
Bedroom pendant lights drip color above a clean white bedside table.
Geometric framework gives the dressing room a unique and striking appearance.
Inside the blue bathroom, a unique vanity unit is teamed with a simple round
The blue decor theme flows seamlessly into the shower area.
Our second color-saturated home interior sports a contrasting moss green and dusky pink decor scheme. A
The pair of tables tuck neatly into the elbow of the shapely sofa design. Walnut laminate flooring complements the tone of the tables.
Panel molding brings a neoclassical elegance to the moss green walls of the living room. A linear
A wooden media unit draws a low profile beneath the wall mounted TV. Modern wall art is propped casually on top of the unit in complementary neutral tones.
A decorative vase places an inverted arch motif onto the linear unit. Dried gypsophila erupts from the vessel in a white spray. See more ideas for
Beveled mirrors make a light-reflective wall, which increases the sense of space in the hallway that runs off the living room.
Behind the sofa, a small dining area seats up to four people.
A decorative vase and a small bowl make a pretty dining table centerpiece.
Pink kitchen cabinets bring a playful element to the living room design. Their dusky hue works easily with the moss green wall paint whilst setting a very different vibe.
A white countertop, backsplash, and white integrated oven crisply brighten the dusky pink
Out in the hallway, a wooden
Ceramic vases are filled with botanics on top of the console table, which complements the home’s earthy color palette. Interior doorways are painted green to match the wainscotted walls.
Linear wall lights illuminate the narrow hallway with a cozy glow.
The front door stands out in a contrasting dark walnut finish. A brown leather
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