Everyone loves colors when it comes to painting their home. Whether one person may prefer a blue or neutral color palette, another will love to take it further by choosing a deep shade of pink, blue, or green.
Pink may be daring for some, but others may not mind going crazy on neon magenta. No matter what style you prefer, it’s always nice to add color to your home. And, in 2022, the colors in homes will be big!
Here we share with you the seven-room tours that every color-person would love. These ideas are perfect to experiment with the existing interior of your home. If there’s anything to take from these colorful homes, it’s that all is fair in designing.
Here are the different ways you can add color to your home:
1. Shades of Blush To Add Color To Your Home
It’s difficult to select only one particular shade of blue when you get so many wonderful options. Have a look at this three-story coach home. It includes a warm blush fireplace that’s set against a blush-hued wall for the monochromatic trim. Or maybe consider the yellow or scalloped orange wall border for ‘60s surf vibes. Or you may go for dark pink trim, as well as the ceiling for rising out of the bright pink walls. No matter what design or style you choose, you’ll have a wonderful interior to deck up your living space.
2. Exquisite & Groovy ‘70s Vibes
If there is one way of describing actress and writer Julie Klausner‘s apartment in Manhattan, it would come in an exquisite and groovy category. There are amazing colors and patterns to see. Everything from the walls to its ceiling reflects ‘70s-inspired vibes within the home. However, the bedroom is truly wild. You can find an iridescent purple pink on apartment walls. And, this bright shade is further accented with a black and silver zebra mural that further extends onto the headboard and the bedding. This constant flow of unique animal print stunningly overloads the interior.
3. Vivid & Vibrant Violet To Add Color To Your Home
Have a look at your guest room within the dreamy Los Angeles apartment. Something is interesting for every purple-loving person. The shades of purple in this room are slightly glowy, vibrant, and cover almost everything from the walls to the trims.
There is nothing in this room that’s not touched by not-so-shrinking violet. And the unicorns are also wonderful to add a vivid touch to the given space. However, this extremely bright room is only for those who may dare to pull it off in their interior.
4. A Retro Color Palette
Have a look at this simple but colorful 860-square-foot Philly house. The interior of this living room takes inspiration from a retro-inspired color palette of mustard, teal, and orange. While the walls of the living space are white, the colorful touch comes from furniture, curtains, rugs, and other accessories. What’s more interesting is the fact that this design is retro, yet modern at the same time.
5. The Rainbow House
If you are a minimalist, you may find this historic home in Seattle too colorful for your taste. But for those who love every shade of the color palette, it’s an interesting interior. Correctly named the Rainbow House, this stunning abode plays a fair color game.
You can find emerald green in the kitchen that’s next to the living room in pink shades. The laundry room boasts black-and-white polka dots on the walls with yellow trims. And the bedroom is in a bright mustard hue along with a coral pink canopy bed. Furthermore, the wallpapers run wild in the light of their bold color. Still, everything looks beautifully designed and tailored.
6. Dramatic Maximalism to Add Color to Your Home
Have a look at this colorful home in Richardson, Texas. From stunning color-blocked outdoor space to splashes of graphic, bright wallpaper around every corner, this interior shouts out maximalism to its best. One of the best areas in this house is the deep royal blue kitchen. It boasts a vibrant shade that’s both delicious and relaxing. And, when contrasted with a large black and white mural wall, it looks absolutely stunning.
7. An Art Playground
This particular Melbourne apartment serves that a neutral black and white backdrop proves as an excellent canvas for a colorful layout. The funky abstract art, furniture silhouettes, and experimental colorful lineup fill the home with interesting touches. It feels as if you have entered an art gallery. After all, your whole focus will be on the thought-proving, incredible pieces in this living space.