Bold and Beautiful

Love a bold color palette? Tour these eye-catching rooms that will inspire you to use your favorite hues with confidence.

ABOVE Farrow and Ball’s Borrowed Light makes this master bedroom a soothing retreat. A bold, painted silk is framed in crisp white. Featured in “Entertaining Oasis, ” June 2016. Photo by Summer Ennis


ABOVE LEFT Rich wood and earth tones give this kitchen a warm, rustic feel. There is no overhead cabinetry, leaving space for large windows over the countertop and plenty of natural light. Featured in “Nestled Away, ” June 2014. Photo by Michael Mastro

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ABOVE RIGHT Glossy green paint adds just the right pop of color to perk up this pantry. Larger appliances are hidden behind damask curtains, but staple items remain at the ready in clear glass canisters on easily accessible shelving. Featured in “Newlywed Dreams, ” March 2013. Photo by Summer Ennis

ABOVE Crisp white walls and furniture set the stage for nautical art and a bright, beachy color palette. Featured in “Ranch-Style Revival, ” March 2015. Photo by Summer Ennis


ABOVE LEFT In this living room, white walls and a slipcovered sofa are a clean palette for bold textiles, like a coral Greek-key motif and lime and magenta toile. Featured in “A Nest by the Sea, ” March 2013. Photo by Kathy McCabe and Mac Walter

ABOVE RIGHT A deep antique reproduction slipper tub is the star of this dark, cozy bathroom featuring grey cabinetry in Griffin by Sherwin Williams. Featured in “Downtown Sizing, ” February 2013. Photo by Matt Gates

ABOVE Alabama white marble countertops rest atop moss green cabinetry in this open-concept kitchen by Coleman Mills. A glass mosaic backsplash hangs above the professional stainless range. Featured in “Sibling Structures, ” March 2016. Photo by Summer Ennis


ABOVE LEFT A warm color palette complements stunning landscape artwork featured above the fireplace. Featured in “An Architect’s Own, ” October 2015. Photo by Summer Ennis

ABOVE RIGHT This bedroom brings darker elements into play, making it the perfect bachelor space. Textiles choices provide texture and balance. Featured in “Project Atchison, ” March 2016. Photo by Elise Poche

ABOVE Sage green floors and lime green dining chairs add a funky touch to this Mullet Point bay house. Featured in “Awash in Color, ” March 2014. Photo by Todd Douglas

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