Moderation be Damned: 12 Times Crazy Colors Looked Crazy Good

Moderation be Damned: 12 Times Crazy Colors Looked Crazy Good

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Nancy Mitchell
Jun 9, 2015
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Color, especially very bold, saturated color, is a powerful and terrifying thing. Use it in the wrong way and it is so, so wrong. But use it in the right way and it can be so, so right. These 12 interiors are proof of just that.

Above: Barbie pink: So wonderful and terrifying and sometimes, so strangely right. Give in to it. From C Home.

(Image credit: Anthology Mag)

Peach is back from the 80s and has no f*cks to give. Here it is looking great in a space from Anthology Mag.

(Image credit: Emmas Designblogg)

A deep bluish green is just right for a hallway in this Swedish apartment spotted on Emmas Designblogg.

(Image credit: One Kings Lane)

Cobalt blue, spotted on One Kings Lane.

(Image credit: Ashley Poskin)

An arresting acid yellow in Kirsten's Bluebird of Happiness House.

(Image credit: Yatzer)

This blue might be a little lighter, but it doesn't pack any punches. As seen on Yatzer.

(Image credit: Elle Decor Italia)

I can't decide if this is pink, or magenta, or red, but I like a color that keeps me on my toes. From Elle Decor Italia, via Arkpad.

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The most beautiful and bold of greens, from Idha Lindhag.

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Is that cobalt blue with hot pink and bright red? Yes, it is. Spotted on Design Manifest.

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A bright green with a little movement in an interior from Desire to Inspire.

(Image credit: CoffeeKlatch)

Bright pink, softened a bit with a plethora of plants, from CoffeeKlatch.

(Image credit: Vogue Russia)

A bright, unabashed red from Vogue Russia.

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