It’s finally Spring, and I’m craving color. I thought it would be fun to look at some rooms that are bright and bold thanks to some daring paint choices.
This colorful room, for example, was inspired by a Roy Lichtenstein painting, with the colors outlined in black electrical tape to capture the effect of the artist’s 1990s “Interiors” series. Interesting how it gives the same sort of effect as crown molding with a lot less time and effort! (Paint colors: Maritime Blue and Marigold from Benjamin Moore. Via Domino magazine.)
A kitchen from Cottage Living:
This striped hallway was featured in Cottage Living:
From Ideal Home magazine in the U.K. comes this fuschia bathroom:
Would you be brave enough to paint your kitchen cabinets like this? According to Southern Accents, the paint color was called Red Lacquer, but it looks an awful lot like hot pink to me:
From Real Simple, here’s a vibrant blue workspace that does double-duty with a changing table:
This teenage girl’s room would be a little too sweet without the shot of poppy on the accent wall (Domino. Benjamin Moore paints: Red Tulip #2000-30 and Pink Petals #2085-60):