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Colorful interiors: Dare to design boldly

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Martha Taylor-Brown | Saturday July 14, 2018 3:22PM ET
Colorful interior
Interior   Every room has its own story

Some people like just the plain shades and they decorate their house as if they are preparing it for a sale. Indeed, decorating with colors often requires confidence but with a little bit of guidance it's not a hard thing to do.

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Marble bathroomOne of the natural places you can place a green marble is in your bathroom. The bathroom is typically seen as an area where marble fits beautifully but you may go a step further and choose something bold with a bit crazy pattern. A green marble bathroom sink and counter have this natural coolness to it that makes the room come back to life. Use a large piece of green marble as your sink guided by "the thicker, the better" motto and you'll get a piece of art you can look at every day.

Yellow kitchenAnd now let's jump into your kitchen. White kitchens have always had a special place in not only our hearts but the hearts of many. There is something crisp, clean, charming and ethereal about an all-white space. However, we say it should be yellow! The color is strong, lively, yet still bright to give the sense of clean and clear space. You may go with any other bright and strong color, but yellow might be your best choice to let the sunshine in.

Blue living roomA few steps further, in your living room, we need a different solution. We need something to calm us down and to provide a peaceful room for reading, watching TV or an afternoon nap. That brings us to blue, the perfect color for your living room. This color reminds us of days on sea, and you can easily pair it with vivid hues such as rich reds, blues, or oranges. The key is adding them with a soft touch to create a well-rounded look that comes to life.

Working roomNow, for your home office you need white or neutral colors. That will keep you focused on your work but white doesn't mean your room will be boring. The key is to play with shapes and textures. Instead of a simple desk, order something big and bold. Replace a classic office chair with something that French king would sit on. Add a few details in a bright color to make a mix of a warm home and cool office and there you have it: your unique, bright and happy working room.


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