Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Using bold, bright furniture

Usually there's that one piece that stand out in a room. A lot of us, myself included, use bright pops of color only on accessories - lamps, pillows, etc. If you're feeling brave though, a bold piece of furniture can really make a room - here are a few examples I wish I was brave enough to try!

Love this pink patio set!!
via Houzz


via Country Living
How gorgeous is that turquoise china cabinet (check out the ceiling too)!



via BHG
A craft or kids room is a great place to try furnishings in bold, bright colors.
There are many brands lately that are making great show stopping furniture pieces but if you have trouble finding the right piece you can always find a great DIY tutorial to change it up to your exact style.

If you have doubts or are nervous, try a colorful piece in a smaller room, hall, or entryway.
via Remodelaholic


via Houzz

Have you ever or do you have a bold and colorful piece of furniture in your home?

This post is in partnership with cultfurniture.com


2 comments:

deb @ PaintedFurnitureBarn said...

And if you are nervous, a distressed finish can help tone the piece down. Makes it more rustic, casual, and "homey".

Jen of MadeByGirl said...

Love the pop of color with that patio set... Such a daring risk, but so worth it!!

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