Now I'm not saying I would use these colours in my own home. You can appreciate from afar without committing! These rooms have just too much colour for my personal style. I'm attracted to them because they are so vibrant and fresh. Isn't it a good thing we don't all like the same colours?
How do you feel about these rooms? If you could transport any of them into your own home would you?
This colour scheme seems to be most popular in bedrooms.
Interior Designer Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
The white bedding and accessories work well to balance the hot colours. White has many uses in decor and acting as a backdrop is just one of them.
You can't deny that these colours are great for a kid's room. I'm really liking the hit of lime green as an accent.
This is the subtle version of this scheme. Just a hint of melon with a deeper pink. Both are tempered with lots of off white. That seems to be a common thread through most of these rooms.
More vibrant colours against light walls and furniture. The pink is leaning toward purple and there isn't that much of it.
This room turns it around and focuses on a rich magenta with smaller pops of orange. Do you think the headboard is dramatic enough or would you like to see a big piece of art over it?
Do you fancy one of these?
Lots of white to play with these two vibrant colours. I'm longing for a little more pattern, perhaps a stripe with a third colour thrown in to replace the pink cushions.
Here are some choice....
I would go for the purple one. How about you?
While we're at it what let's think about the white vase... Hummm...
Choose one. No matter what pillows you choose there's a vase that works.
Can a room be over matched? YES!
Deeper pink leaning toward red with just hints of orange give a totally different look. In this room a neutral tan in varying values serves as a backdrop to the vibrant colour. I like the fact that this room is not too over matched. Lots of pattern in the pillows.