2015 is the year to discover new and different admixtures and style’s decoration for your luxury home. It’s to be daring and we want to help you with some decorating ideas in order to shake your home design a little bit.
Today, Home Decor Ideas is going to focus on bold, fabulous, and truly inspiring color pairings. Let’s try it?
Mint Green + Pale Pink
To bring a feeling of nature into a New York living room, designer Fawn Galli used a custom minty green: “I don’t think a color should be too saturated or strong on a wall.” Pal + Smith chairs in a cheetah print — Safari by Manuel Canovas — with a Paley sofa from Profiles, a Fiona Curran Palette carpet for the Rug Company, and a painting by Anne Siems give the room “a sense of storybook fantasy.”
Ruby Red + Turquoise
Nick Olsen designed a Moorish arched headboard in shiny red leather with lavender piping to contrast with the bedroom’s matte walls in Fine Paints of Europe Eurolux Interior Matte in Navy Blue. A Directoire-style desk doubles as a night table. Vintage chair covered in a suede from Global Leathers. Bed linens, Frette.
Teal + Copper
In a kitchen designed by Philip Gorrivan, iridescent mosaic tiles and a ceiling lacquered in Benjamin Moore’s Oceanic Teal pick up a color from the wallpaper in the hallway. Thonet barstools by York Street Studio. Roman shades in Homer wool in Verdigris by Gorrivan by Highland Court.
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Bright Red + Bright Yellow
“The dining chairs and kitchen stools are a typical bamboo Chippendale style, but in high-gloss lacquer they’re surprising,” designer Jesse Carrier says. “It’s like they’re candy-coated.” The yellow glaze for the walls was inspired by the backsplash tile by Popham Design. The kitchen cabinets are original, but the countertops were updated with Caesarstone quartz. The warm patina of Circa Lighting’s Goodman Hanging Lamps in antique brass adds contrast to all the bright colors.
Orange + Green
Nursery walls are upholstered in Marimekko’s playful African Kuningatar in a New York City loft decorated by Steven Sclaroff.
Kelly Green + Bright Red
“I love the hard geometry of the chest next to the frilly curtains,” Nick Olsen says. To add a soft touch to the metal Heimdal bed from Ikea, he slipcovered a length of foam in Schumacher’s Hong Kong for a headboard. Duvet cover and pillow shams by Schweitzer Linen. Because of their large scale, Mercury glass lamps from Circa Lighting make an impact. They’re set on vintage end tables — originally brown, Olsen repainted them a bright Chinese red, “because every room needs a touch of red.”