Hip Retro Lounge

Color is the root of great design. Host/designer David Bromstad converts a docile family room into a hip retro lounge that reflects the colorful personalities of the homeowners.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionA few large architectural pieces and large-scale art draw the eye to the wall without overwhelming the space with too many decorative elements.
The feature wall comes to life with some wood trim that was cut and hung to create rectangles. Since the wall color is dark, color assistant Danielle Hirsch chooses a light cream accent color. For a light color wall, just the opposite works: a dark color would make the trim stand out in the room. Dark wall colors work best when you have lots of light and tall ceilings. A few large architectural pieces and large-scale art draw the eye to the wall without overwhelming the space with too many decorative elements.
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