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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Ideas to Steal to Add Color

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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Ideas to Steal to Add Color

March 16, 2018

Who doesn’t wish for a dose of color by the end of a long winter? As yet another snowstorm hit the East Coast this week, the Remodelista editors went in search of hues to add warmth to interiors. Here are five ideas to steal.

Dark Green Kitchens

Above: “We’re undeniably in the era of the Pinterest-approved blue kitchen,” Meredith writes. Yet, “all the while, the dark green kitchen has been quietly simmering in the background. We think it has staying power.”

“Darkest green functions like a neutral—it’s a black for people who don’t want black,” she writes. See more in this week’s post, Trend Alert: 10 Favorite, Time-Tested Dark Green Kitchens.

Colorful Glass Pendants

Above: To “add a dose of translucent color,” Alexa has rounded up her favorite jewel-toned glass pendant lights.

See more in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.

Crystal Decanters for Soap

In San Francisco, Amy Lindburg keeps her soap and detergent in cut glass and crystal decanters (some inherited from her grandmother). Julie visits her at home and discovers our Kitchen of the Week: A Glamorous Kitchen in San Francisco, Ikea Hacks Included. Photograph by Daniel Dent.
Above: In San Francisco, Amy Lindburg keeps her soap and detergent in cut glass and crystal decanters (some inherited from her grandmother). Julie visits her at home and discovers our Kitchen of the Week: A Glamorous Kitchen in San Francisco, Ikea Hacks Included. Photograph by Daniel Dent.

Vintage Decanters

Above: Fill vintage decanters with your own colorful soaps and potions. For sources, see this week’s Steal This Look post.

Purple Water Taps

Above: Add color to the bathroom with fixtures in retro colors. Alexa also recommends blue sinks, yellow toilets, and green showerheads. See more in this week’s Bath Fixtures post.

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