Is a popular decor tip among interior designers, that to add some visual interest to a room you should decorate with colors on opposite ends of the spectrum. And is just what these designers below are trying to prove, that going with unexpected color schemes can pay off in all types of rooms.
This kitchen in Lexington, Massachusetts, is covered in turquoise tiles that highlights a red painted wood island, was designed by Kathy Marshall Design
Colorful dining room was by Amanda Reynal Interiors that chose a neutral yellow and mixed up with blue velvet chairs.
An abstract orange wallpaper is complemented by light blue wicker chairs in this fabulous design by Gil Walsh Interiors
Yellow and gray pattern-loving kitchen with modern counter stools, a beautiful design by Denise McGaha Interiors
A colorful living room with Yasmine side table by KOKET
In this house in Houston, Texas, a dining room with pink wallcovering was designed by Chapman Design
A bold combination of blue tiles and red cabinets in Redwood was tested and approved by Suzanne Childress Design
Detail of living room with high contrast with the color of the year, ultra violet, was designed by Art Home Garden
A glamorous New York City townhouse is invigorated with bold color and murals. By Jeffrey Bilhuber
Hamptons property was designed by Robert Passal Interior & Architectural Design that chose a bold green velvet and coral for this marter bedroom
Moroccan-style bath with Japanese-style soaker tub bathroom was designed by Marcelle Guilbeau Interior Design
Colorful master bedroom with Thai architectural relic upholstered as headboard by Susan E. Brown Interior Design
A fun and feminine office designed by Barrie Benson Interior Design
Source: Dering Hall
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