Style with Color

Color can open up a space and add original style. A prefab space has unique features for maximizing space, a Chicago space becomes a hideout for storage ideas, a New Yorker colors her apartment 14 hues and a London space gets stylish.

Candy-Colored Dreams

Jeanie uses candy store colors — pinks, greens, purples — in her bedroom for sweet dreams every night. One creative storage feature in the corner of her bedroom is a revolving shelving unit with a full-length mirror on one side and open shelves for storing her t-shirts on the back. The sides are decoupaged with pictures of calendar pinup girls, and the edges are lined with bottle caps that frame miniature images. Because it revolves, she can turn the shelf side to the back, hiding the contents and showing off her creativity.


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      International Designer
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      Photo Archivist
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      Architectural Designer
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      Design Writer
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