Gutsy With Color: The Year's Most Daringly Colorful Rooms

Gutsy With Color: The Year's Most Daringly Colorful Rooms

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Carolyn Purnell
Dec 22, 2015

If you can say one thing about the homeowners from our tours, it's that they aren't shrinking violets. Or oranges. Or teals. Or reds, greens, or blues, for that matter! Here are some of the most dashing, daring, and fabulously vibrant interiors from 2015's House Tours.

(Image credit: Bethany Nauert)
(Image credit: Jacqueline Marque)

Kerry's Fun French Quarter Apartment →
Ace Royal 183 (170A340) matched from a paint chip

(Image credit: Leanne Bertram)

Dawn's Fabulous 50s Suburban Home →
1950s color palette samples

(Image credit: Jacqueline Marque)
(Image credit: Andrea Sparacio)
(Image credit: Elizabeth Hanson)
(Image credit: Emily Billings)

Carla's Calm & Eclectic Collector Style →
Benjamin Moore Razzle Dazzle

(Image credit: Jessica Isaac)
(Image credit: Mike Hetu)
(Image credit: Katy Cartland)

And just in case you were wondering, I noticed while compiling this roundup that pink seemed to be one of the most popular bold colors this year, followed closely by teal.

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