Unsure if just one perfectly placed pop of color can make a truly big impact in a room? Or if so, how to pull it off so it doesn't look jarring and out of place? These six rooms all enjoy monochromatic color palettes completely shaken up by one object that boasts a bold color. See how they did it...and steal the ideas for your own rooms.
Divide the space: ceiling beams, rugs, or furniture placement; Large furniture will anchor a room so smaller pieces can be tucked, otherwise: clutter. If you don’t have a coffee table big enough, use two matching ottomans side by side; Art wall: go bold; For tall ceilings, opt for taller furniture; Add lamps to avoid dark spaces; Paint the ceiling a shade or two darker than your walls = coziness; Repetition: it unifies your style. Repeat fabric patterns or colors on chairs or pillows.
The Xylem 37" Carlton Corner Bathroom Vanity Stained Cherry Veneer Finish radius design with open side shelves betrays the amount of storage that the Carlton has. http://www.listvanities.com/vintage-bathroom-vanities.html It’s two doors open to additional bath storage and reveal a concealed inner drawer for storing smaller items. A beautiful corner vanity, linen tower and dual cleated mirror all with stained cherry veneer, compliment the Carlton.