Brilliant primaries can wake up a room with a bold palette or by highlighting key architectural details.
If you are hesitant about choosing a bold hue for an entire room, try strategic pops of color -- like these tomato-red stairs.
This cheery kitchen color was achieved after alternating coats of yellow, white, and spring-green paint until this radiant result appeared.
Blues don't need to be saved for a baby's room. Here, a classic blue is the perfect backdrop for a collection of antique plates.
This traditional English-style foyer, painted in a vibrant orange, offers a warm welcome.
This well-worn Victorian chest -- painted in a sunny shade -- becomes the focal point of a guest bedroom or hallway.
These stools are tree stumps that are coated with a latex primer and five layers of fire-engine-red porch-enamel paint They are a pretty and portable way to bring pops of color to this beachy setting.
Seashell friezes decorate a vibrant doorway that leads from a courtyard to a living room.This unexpected bright brings attention to the detailed, sand-colored walls around it.
Walls and furniture aren't your only options to experiment with bright colors. This wide-plank wood floor takes its inspiration from the ocean outside -- creating a summery look all year round.
Maritime objects fill every nook and cranny in the circular Shell Museum. The shells pop against the bright yellow paint.
The kitchen, which has windows on four sides, is further enlivened with glossy red paint on the window frames.
A bright green makes this formal dining room a bit more approachable.
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