When it comes to choosing bold furniture, colors and patterns for your home, we get that it’s easy to second-guess yourself. But taking a design risk can really pay off. Whether it’s with a vibrant sofa or an attention-grabbing painting technique, we’ll show you that sometimes it’s best to go for the bold.
In Living Color
- This bold accent chair
is a real show-stopper, but it fits right in with this room thanks to a shared color palette.
It's to Dye For
- Dyed leather
is a trend that's here to stay, and we love this accent chair's robin's egg hue. It's retro yet modern, and it offers a great way to add in a pop of color without going overboard. Try it in an empty corner to wake up a yawn-worthy space or pair it with your living room
furniture for eye-catching contrast.
- Jewel tones go a long way toward instantly awakening a dull-looking room-think of them as a sort of facelift for your space. This sofa
has a traditional inverted camel back, but it's the bright berry color that makes it so memorable.
- Since your home is your personal "palace," you can-and should-embrace this royal color! Purple in all its incarnations has been a design staple for centuries, yet this well-tailored loveseat
feels very fashion forward, not to mention totally livable.
- This hand-painted accent chest
may be bold, but it's also timeless, thanks to the familiar, nature-inspired patterns.
A Room in Bloom - A mostly neutral color palette and graphic mum print help balance out this chair's punchy personality.
- Colorful stripes create an illusion of depth and dimension, which will give your floor one serious shot of style.
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It's Time, Magnified
- We love how this large-scale wall clock
is so impactful without having to try hard. Forget about its function-its metal construction and circular shape aren't likely to go out of style anytime soon.
Handsome with a Bit of Heft
- A contemporary take on a classic Asian design, this substantial end table
is softened with curvy shelves, tapered legs and a rich coffee bean finish.
Fit for a King
- Nearly the length of a king-size mattress
, this chaise-and-a-half is not only ridiculously roomy, it will add a dramatic presence to any space.