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Vibrant and rich, these colors will envelop you in tones of turquoise blue, ruby red, or emerald green. These shades bring a worldly charm to the setting.
Bold emerald green adds a bright and surprising twist in these open kitchen shelves, made of cerused white oak.
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Here, light purple walls are accented with strips of playful dots made from painted upholstery tacks on pantry shelves and drippy Jackson Pollock-esque curtains.
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This jewel-tone blue jazzes up a cramped Manhattan apartment entryway.
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A sunroom gets even sunnier when this jewel-tone adorns the walls.
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Linens are tucked away in an antique cabinet, with glass doors that were painted in this semi-precious jewel shade -- resulting in a watery, high-gloss shine.
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Three different tones accentuate the paneling; the console is painted to match. The hanging lamp, glass vessels, and sconce's mirror are also in varying shades of green. Even in such abundance, this color is calming.
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In this formal dining room, a black lacquered Chinese screen, an Indian carved-teakwood table, and a pair of modest beige armchairs counterpoint the ruby-red walls. The warm and rich-looking backdrop are perfect for the exotic decorative touches.
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This golden hue -- painted in wide stripes -- casts a warm glow on this sitting room.
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A shade of green tourmaline spark creativity in Martha's craft room.
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