Combine gray and purple for a sophisticated, fashionable look like in Rate My Space user smoodgie's home office. The hand-painted wall treatment alone got our attention. Add the purple pouf, and we want to work here.
Contrast the turquoise blue water in a swimming pool with mango orange and bright yellow for an island vibe. An abundance of tropical plants completes the look. Design by Rate My Space user jhornyik.
Melt Into Bed
If you want to add light and serenity to the bedroom, mix cool, icy blues with crisp white just as RMS user lovetodecorate77 did in this master retreat. Don't be afraid to paint existing furniture. These white side tables used to be dark green.
If you want to incorporate yellow in your bedroom, consider hues in a muted gold. Bring in over scale black-and-white photographs to add color and personality. RMS user steen329 also incorporated sea green which added another layer of lovely color.
Kids Can Always Do Color
Bright colors — combined in fun ways — are always en vogue in a children's bathroom. RMS user designing_diva wanted a design that would work for her son and daughter. She chose a fresh green color for the walls and paired it with white beadboard.
Have a (Pink) Seat
If you're going to build a home theatre in your home, go Hollywood chic as Rate My Space user david357 did in this fuchsia and gold family cinema. Two thumbs up!
Great architecture calls attention to itself; there's no need to overdo the interiors. A white sofa, colorful bookshelf and large painting work beautifully in this Philadelphia loft by RMS user Matt99.
Beautiful in Blue
Mixing a soft blue-gray with browns and white creates an ideal palette for the bedroom. That's what RMS user HomeReStyle did in this serene space that includes furniture built by her husband.
When White Works
This kitchen, by RMS user Campbell 1082, is the epitome of clean. Get the same look by mixing white with stainless appliances and dark wood accents. The \"maple-vanilla-glazed cabinets\" look as yummy as they sound.
If you're going to spend a lot of time in a hobby room or an office, make it inviting and fun, as in this sewing room by RMS user LizD. The window treatments are actually discount store fabric shower curtains that inspired the design direction of the room.