Thursday, February 12, 2015

Decorating from white to bright!

For those of you who follow all my 3P decor posts or know me so well, you know I have a strong affinity for interior decoration and stylish home design.  I mean, I would be so happy to decorate anyone's home until the cows come home.  I am always on the hunt for great decoration resources, and once Chairish entered into my world I knew I had discovered a decorating goldmine!  Just take a peek at their accent chairs- I mean, the style options are endless and one of those babies would easily add the perfect pop of color to any room!  Do demonstrate, I have crafted up a few different design ideas starting with a neutral palette, then utilizing color with chairs and other accents from Chairish to create a whole new, colorful look.  Keep reading to discover some fresh decorating ideas for spring.

Plain white decor is nice to have year-round, and a good mix of textures keeps the pallet from being too boring.  A neutral sofa is great because it also serves as a perfect background for adding color when you want to switch things up from season to season.

Shades of indigo are having a moment in the design world right now- this blu-loving decorista is going to holla' a huge thanks to Emily Henderson for this- but really, this is a classic design color with which you cannot go wrong.  Keep your neutral sofa, add a stunning leather chaise and a pair of blue chairs, and you've got the perfect look for a hostess-with-the-mostess living room.  Or, if you really only use blue seasonally, I think January and June are the perfect months to debut your indigo treasures.

Got a hankering for some more girly space in you place?  Touches of pink (in velvet!) and gold add Old Hollywood glam to your neutral sofa, while still keeping your space totally inviting.  Plus, how enticing is that ottoman?

And there you have it!  Simple ways to add color to your all-white, neutral room with the addition of some very stylish chairs and other accents from Chairish!

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