The bright colors complement any space perfectly. They add a catchy element that draws you. They also work in a variety of styles, from children’s rooms to artistic spaces or boho for adults. An accent color in one piece can also fit in modern, minimalist spaces to create a touch of subtle color.
Take a look below to find creative ways to incorporate bright colors into your home. These ideas vary depending on the effort you are willing to make, from touching up a bathroom to laying some colored furniture in the room.
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Colorful painting on pieces of wood
Breathe instant color into a space with shiny paint on the pieces of wood in a room. For example, the photo above shows the effectiveness of the concept on two headboards and a chest of drawers. To bring out the color in the rest of the room, the same bright pink shade is reflected in the peas on the bedspreads.
You can also get a similar look by
painting table ends, wooden rocking chairs, or the outside of a bookshelf. It’s
an instant way to create a catchy accent piece. This style works best if
brightly colored pieces oppose a neutral color palette so that accent pieces do
not compete too closely with the larger pieces of the room.
What are your favorite ways to bring bright colors to your home?
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Statement tile for bright colors
Another idea for adding bright colors to a home is to get a look worthy of tiles, as pictured above. For maximum effect, consider combining bold nuances into a mosaic style. Bright seafoam and bold light blue combine well with deep greens and dark greens for a truly eye-catching design. You can also consider a wall or a backsplash with a neon orange tile.
For these styles to appear, however, you can associate them with a neutral color scheme in the rest of the space. The bold mosaic will not have to compete with anything, which will give the space an organized and updated look.
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A good way to add some color to your home is to add an accent color to the entrance. This gives you a bold nuance that does not dominate the rest of the house, especially if you do not look for too much color. It adds a little pop to a field that is usually difficult to style.
Homes are often left to appear dull and uninspired. People see it as a space where it is simply possible to move quickly to get to the rest of the house. However, this is also where you welcome your guests and make your first impressions. A bit of accent color, like in the yellow living room area of the photo above, adds a simple, instant style to an entrance.
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Similarly, you can choose bold hues
in your upholstery choices. The picture above shows how multiple coatings can
be used in the same room.
To prevent the room from appearing chaotic, this style has the same nuance on a sofa as the chairs in the dining room. The pink color on the sofa is reflected in the wall art of the room. Finally, the blue lampshade on the chairs in the foreground is reflected in the vases under the wall art. All colors are well balanced in other areas of the room.
The bright colors also stand out against a background of bright whites and blacks. This adds a neutral balance to the space.
Wild jelly chairs
The jelly chairs on the picture
above offer a neat idea. Their transparent quality projects vivid colors onto
the space behind them. Going to different shades in each chair gives a fun and
The combination of brightly colored chairs with other colorful aspects of the room also gives a feeling of cohesion in the space. For example, chairs blend well with the bold, colorful murals behind the bar. The neon orange bar stools fit perfectly in style. Meanwhile, more subtle accents like bright yellow flowers on the table complete the look.