The Biggest Baddest Boldly Colored Rooms Around

The Biggest Baddest Boldly Colored Rooms Around

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Nancy Mitchell
Mar 12, 2015
(Image credit: Lonny)

If you can't get enough of color, you've come to the right place. These seven homes aren't satisfied with the occasional demure hint of color — they're full-stop, completely saturated with delicious, over-the-top hues. Take a look, and maybe take away some inspiration for your own space.

(Image credit: Lonny)

Above: the boldly colorful Parisian abode of fashion designer Manish Arora, spotted on Lonny.

(Image credit: Domus Nova)
(Image credit: Domus Nova)

A colorful London home, available to rent from Domus Nova.

(Image credit: Rum Hemma)
(Image credit: Rum Hemma)

This Paris apartment from Rum Hemma embraces rich, deep colors.

(Image credit: Hus & Hem)
(Image credit: Hus & Hem)

I love the cheerful, rich colors in this space from Hus & Hem — and I love that its denizens haven't neglected the floors and the ceilings, either.

(Image credit: Adrienne Breaux)
(Image credit: Adrienne Breaux)

Laura & Ray's Art-Filled Austin Home is one of my all-time favorite Apartment Therapy tours.

(Image credit: AD España)
(Image credit: AD España)

This Brooklyn loft, from AD España, is positively bursting with color.

(Image credit: Yellowtrace)
(Image credit: Yellowtrace)

In his Paris loft, creative director Jean Christophe Aumas plays with color... with impressive results.

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