Yes, It's Possible: Vividly Colorful Bedrooms With Basic White Walls

Yes, It's Possible: Vividly Colorful Bedrooms With Basic White Walls

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Taryn Williford
Nov 21, 2015
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I have good news for any renters out there whose boudoir style is less "organic minimalist" and more "Give me ALL the colors!": It's totally possible to have a colorful room without painting the walls. In fact, the bedroom might be the easiest space to inject color in an otherwise bland, cookie cutter apartment.

Take a look at these four bedrooms. Instead of falling back on paint to add color to the space, they relied on the sheets, rugs and art to do it. And when you've got a blank canvas as a backdrop, more is more when it comes to the rest of the room.

Above: An eclectic bedroom featured in the book Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick, via Houzz.

(Image credit: Lisa Zhu)

Patterns at play in this Sydney apartment from designer Emma Blomfield.

(Image credit: Pablo Enriquez)

I love the way the blue rug plays off the sheets in a similar shade, from Adam & Ellen's Inspired Brooklyn Brownstone.

(Image credit: Everett Fenton Gidley)

This Silver Lake home from Modern Mecca is colorful, worldly and still remains truly serene.

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