Sometimes all you need to spice up a room is a little color upgrade – even if that just means a couple accent pillows or a coat of paint. From sleek and modern to quaint and cabin-esque, we found some of our favorite color palette designs from Northern Colorado homes.
We then matched them to their approximate Benjamin Moore paint color so you can replicate a similar look in your own home. Prepare to be inspired!
This sleek kitchen uses different shades of green to add intrigue to an already beautiful space. Green chairs framing the curved island emphasize the elegant shape and make it the focal point of the room. Pops of green above the window and in various kitchen accessories and decor pull the eye through the rest of the room and create an overall inviting atmosphere.
This entryway is filled with neutral colors, but the use of dark accents help draw the eye into this beautiful home. The pop of color from the bright green plants and surrounding art adds excitement to an otherwise subtle area.
Pops of coral – drawn out from the brick archway – add excitement to this otherwise neutral kitchen. The coral contrasted against the blue island help make the space looks clean and well put together. And because these colors were deemed Pantone’s colors of the year, you’re sure to be on trend with this color palette!
One of the bolder color palettes on the list, this fun living room uses two bright shades, contrasting each other and their neutral surroundings. The best part is, these color comes from simple accessories, allowing the colors to be changed seasonally or by mood.
In an otherwise neutral space, the bright colored couch and small color details help make a bold statement and prove a room doesn’t need to be saturated with color to be exciting. In fact, these small color details make this room feel inviting and allow the fireplace to stand out beautifully.
This lodge style living room utilizes color and pattern brilliantly. Because the crimson couch and rug design are similar in color, the differing patterns work together to add an element of interest to the space. The pop of green from plants lining the windows draw the eye outside and mimic more subtle greens throughout the interior.
Bright white counters and subway tile contrast the red cupboards in this updated kitchen, creating a dramatic color palette. Pops of red and green dishware from the exposed cabinets add another layer of boldness and excitement, while the choice of black for the farmhouse sink makes it the focal point of the space.
This design uses pops of bright color perfectly to provide a focal point in this home’s kitchen. Purple and green accents draw out the colors from the tile and stone while also complementing the elegant wood detail.
Let us know which color palette was your favorite and check out our Home Inspiration blogs for more ideas!