Pins Of The Day 01-14-2013

St. Patty’s Day foyer decor. [via]


His & Hers Bathtubs. [via]

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A Dallas kitchen and family room remodel. [via]

Beautiful kids room with custom made bunk beds. [via]

These three living rooms are fine examples of how to use bold hues in the living room. Each scheme may look different, but at heart they have embraced the same philosophy: Be brave and bold with color. From the cozy country look to the terrific teal to the masculine feel given by the Slate Grey scheme, each space tells a tale of the owner’s aesthetic and personality. [via]


Using the homeowner favorite color of white, cream, light blue, silver and a pop of yellow as the color palette, interior designer Michelle Morgan Harrison transformed this house into a calming home with a “wow” factor. Crystal chandelier, frosted glass, Lucite, mirrors and shiny silver chrome were used throughout the home to achieve a glamorous effect. [via]

Mix brown with gray to keep the bathroom feeling “warm”. [via]

Bold materials and rich colors create a trademark look in this traditional-meets-contemporary bathroom space. The dark wood stain on the classic furniture-style vanity, paired with a copper vessel sink and wall-mount faucet, blends old-world style with modern amenities. Wall treatments and a dramatic ceramic tile backsplash create an undeniable style statement. [via]


They’re opposites on the color wheel, and paradoxically that means they go well together. If you can’t abide the thought of a vibrant tangerine and cobalt room, go quieter. This serene living area is washed in pale turquoise and soft coral, diluted versions of orange and blue that make no less of an impact for their restraint. [via]


Contemporary laundry room design with navy blue walls paint colo, washer & dryer, white & yellow striped runner, white cabinets, white quartz counter tops, white shelves with white corbels and white roman shade with navy blue ribbon trim. [via]


Here’s a surprise: Did you know that painting your interior doors black instantly makes your space look more expensive? This simple change can make even inexpensive doors look like something truly special. [via]


Glamorous dark gold bathroom color. [via]


Shower cave behind the sinks. [via]


Blue-gray cabinets and a stone tile floor ground the kitchen. [via]


If you’d like your bathroom to feel light, airy and glamorous, take a cue from this chic space tagged on We Heart It. Here are some tips for creating this look on a budget. [via]

Beautiful bathroom with fireplace and chandelier. [via]

Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray bedroom. [via]


Girls’ bunk room; Kelly Abramson Architecture, Robert Kelly. [via]

20 Ideas of How to Recycle Wine Bottles Wisely. [via]


Love to have something black in a room against the greys and creams. paint color is storm by benjamin moore (the affinity line). [via]


Placing mirrors behind twin night-table lamps will reflect light and help brighten a room. Good idea to incorporate, especially when choosing dark wall color. [via]