Push Your Style: 7 Bold Ideas from Pros

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Still haven't found that bold element you were hoping to include in your home this year? Looking for inspiration to push your style even farther in 2014? Whether you're ready to find the thing to add to a room to make it pop or if you're just in the mood to browse through gorgeous spaces, you'll find tons of adventurous ideas from professionals in these rooms.

Today is the first ever Tribeza Interiors Tour in Austin, Texas (tickets still on sale today for $25!) and those in Austin have the opportunity to tour interiors bursting with color, fearless elements and criminal levels of style. However anyone anywhere can enjoy the daring ideas dreamed up by top interior design professionals. Here are some of our favorite shots from the interiors on the tours — full of bold and exciting elements worth stealing:

Top photo: Green Scalamandre Wallpaper Zebras Wallpaper spices up a powder room by Rebekah Gainsley.

A black and white contrasting modern rug wows next to an extravagant chandelier and colorful art in this dining room, also by Rebekah Gainsley. A similar rug: IKEA'S STOCKHOLM.

Tiles laid diagonally, a bold and warm woven rug and a pop of turquoise spotted in a room designed by Clarissa Bailey.

Play with purple as inspired by this bold sitting room by Kim West, accented by Ferm Living's gold and white Wilderness Wallpaper.

Experiment with delicate and dramatic elements by using dark gray and elegant accessories, as seen in this room designed by Mary Korth.

Primary and secondary colors work wonders with graphic elements and modern art, as seen in this space designed by Veronica Koltuniak featuring a green WRONGWOODS Cabinet by Established & Sons.

More bold wallpaper mixes with silver stacked ball lamps and an intense pair of crimson, glossy modern night stands in this room by Veronica Koltuniak. Find a similar pair of lamps here.

What's the boldest element in your home right now? Are you looking for something adventurous to add to your space this year?

(Image credits: Jessica Pages)