Today, I'm taking a break from our little series on white. The hubs is home sick today, and I need to wait to get the pictures I need for that post. Although, I hate having him sick, I do like having him home on a week day and getting to spend a little extra time with him.
I know I've been talking a lot about white the last two weeks so I thought it'd be fun to share a little color inspiration for those of you who love color. Although, white is my favorite, I'm looking forward to having our own place eventually where I can experiment a little bit more with color on the walls. And for those of you who've been following along the last few weeks, I'm still trying to convince the hubs that we need to paint an accent wall in our apartment. ;)
I would love to use a color and technique similar to this in our dining area, and yes, I know there's still a lot of white in this picture, but I love the contrast between the dark blues and the crisp whites.
I've really been loving some of the dark walls I've been seeing lately. They're dramatic and classic all at the same time. And how about that awesome print above the bed?
If I had to live in a bathroom, I'd want to live in this one. Although, I don't know why I'd ever have to do that, but if your bathroom is this pretty, you just might want to.
Those black walls with the mustard accents and the white trim and white wood floors and gold mirror and that sofa. Just yes.
I'm not a huge purple fan, but I think this little room or hallway looks pretty cool.
I love the muted tones of the colors in these next two images.
I think yellow would be an awesome, fun color for a kids room!
And how awesome is this yellow bathroom?
And one last room, a much softer color than all the rest I've shared today. I'm kind of liking this pink.
I do love color, and I feel like there's so many more rooms I could share! Also, did you notice that almost every room I shared had some element of white in it and was closely related to my color palette that I shared a few weeks ago? (you can take a look at it here). I think that the white just adds some really nice contrast and a clean look for the eyes. What is a go to color for you for you walls? I'd love to hear from you in the comments below!