Choosing grey paint is a cinch. You only have a few...thousand choices. Do you want a light grey, medium grey, charcoal grey? A brown-ish grey, blue-ish grey, black-ish grey? It's enough to throw your hands up and just keep the color you've got. Or, check out some real homes with grey walls and see what colors and brands they used as a starting point for your own paint project.
Red is not a color for the faint of heart. In fact, it might be the biggest, baddest color out there. Here are some of our best tips for using red in ways that will add a little energy to your home — without being completely overwhelming.
For a long time now, white-painted woodwork has been de rigeur in the domestic interior, so much so that it's almost a foregone conclusion. But this is slowly changing: we've seen black woodwork popping up lately, and now greys and bold hues are making their voices heard as well. If you fancy this change but aren't sure what to go for, let this trim-spiration sourced from around the web be your guide.
White is a pretty common color for bathrooms — but fortunately for those of us who love cheerful hues, it's not the only color. Here, for your inspiration, is a roundup of 12 bathrooms painted in every color of the rainbow.
Black is... well, it's the new black. It's the perfect way to add a little contrast and depth to minimal interiors, and it's cropping up everywhere. From staircases to bathrooms to kitchens, black — especially in deep, glossy shades — is back.
If you're tired of super-bright, all white interiors, 2015 may be your year. Topping my list of 10 design predictions for 2015 was a swing back towards richer, moodier colors. Here's a collection of 12 of our favorite interiors in shades of hunter green, navy, deep plum, and charcoal. Soak it in.
Do you still fear adding bold color to your home? Make 2015 the year of facing those color fears! Here's our step-by-step guide to ease into working more color into your home. This isn't something that you do overnight, but take these small suggestions one step at a time and you might find yourself boldly going where you've never gone before with color!