Eye Candy: 10 Ultra Colorful Rooms

10 Unbelievably Colorful Rooms

In honor of Cinco de Mayo, today we have an eye-popping roundup of ultra colorful rooms. Every color of the rainbow is fair game here. Click through to see ten of my favorite brightly hued spaces.   


Super Colorful Spaces

1. This bedroom still feels relaxing, despite the super colorful textiles and accents. [Photo: Belle Maison]

2. Pinks, blues and yellows give this space some serious character without being overwhelming. [Photo: Laure Joliet]

Technicolor Spaces

3. This removable yellow wallpaper would be a great way to spice up any rental unit. [Photo: This Little Street]

4. Striped Mexican blanket chair cushions steal the show in this dining room. [Photo: Graham Atkins Hughes]

Super Colorful Spaces

5. A turquoise wall makes this space bright and inviting. [Photo: Marie Claire Maison]

6. Oranges and reds mesh perfectly with a muted navy blue wall in this open living room. [Photo: Young House Love]

Ultra Colorful Rooms

7. There's nothing subtle about this one! [Photo: Home Inspiration Design]

8. The throw pillows and artwork are super colorful, while the rest of this living feels more neutral. [Photo: Decor 4 All]

Super Colorful Spaces

9. A tribal rug paired with bird wallpaper give this entryway a colorful pop. [Photo: Eric Roth]

10. Shades of pink, blue and yellow make this living room invigorating yet still inviting. [Photo: Trendecoration]

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faith-towers on May 06, 2014:

Yes, florals would be so pretty too in that space!

Amahlala on May 05, 2014:

Completely LOVE it when people let their imaginations run wild in their homes with color! I really like the bedroom (#7), although I would switch out the stripes for big florals....lol

I love using bold colors in my home (actually apartment) and love seeing all the different colors and accessories come together by anchoring them all with black.

faith-towers on May 05, 2014:

Glad you were inspired by our finds, Veronik! Indigo and lime green sounds like an amazing combination....

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