Choose matching tones.
Start with a color you like and select other items in lighter and darker shades. Here, variations of yellow-green liven
up a neutral sofa and wall. Lead the eye with color.
Don't concentrate all your color in a single area. We began with the green rug on the floor, positioned pillows and a tray
at midlevel, and placed a lamp slightly higher. The eye travels from one spot of color to the next. Group objects of varying heights.
A collection of vases in complementary tones, heights, shapes, and finishes is more dynamic than a row of objects the same
exact height and color. Use eye-catching hues judiciously.
Too much of a bright color can be jarring; small clusters of orange set the scene here without overkill. Bring in accents from nature.
A tray of oranges serves as a decorative element. Let unexpected objects add to the decorating scheme. The owner of this
home has several books with orange spines, which are grouped together to make an impact. » see room