Bold decoration is about puting your soul and style in each piece of your home. So… if getting bold is a part of your personality, take this decorating ideas inside your house!
BRIGHT & WHITE
In Michael Leva’s Manhattan apartment, two William Kozar paintings flank a 1970s mirror. The vintage David Hicks side table holds a lamp made from a 19th-century apothecary bottle filled with colored water.
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POPS OF COLOR
Designer Tom Dixon transformed London’s sea containers building into a neutral haven — with bold pops of color.
JUST A HINT
This Notting Hill townhouse, owned by British architectural and interior designer Colin Radcliffe, features just the barest pop of color in his book collection. The 1950s rosewood desk and chair is by Ico Parisi, and the 1960s credenza is by Lane.
BRIGHT & ECLECTIC
Bright neon finds fill the floor at Los Angeles pop culture home accessory store A+R.
Designer Alessandra Branca made this converted 1920s Manhattan office tower an urban duplex — complete with a hot-pink animal rug.
Model Anne Bannert’s classic Connecticut home pairs a hot pink bench with traditional elements, like the Chinese bench and chest (found in a flea market) and a teak sculpture and lacquer-and-gold-leaf Buddhist prayer book from Rangoon.
With the style of a precious jewel, the new Diamond sideboard, colored in green emerald, will make a splash in interior design. By Boca do Lobo.
So… ready to get bold?
Let us know which one is your favorite style!