A Chocolate Brown Entryway - designed by Ned Marshall, w/ the hot pink sofa, walls painted Benjamin Moore's Bittersweet Chocolate, & floors painted in a tone-on-tone gray marbleized plaid -- Decorating Foyers with Furniture and Color - House Beautiful
Dining room: Benjamin Moore color Weimaraner” a warm and cozy gray based taupe that works great with cool accents (such as blue, turquoise and green) but also with deep warm tones (such as chocolate, rust, gold and red).
Speaking of entryways, (or back entries, in the case above) maximize style in small spaces with stenciled or papered walls in a large pattern. This overscale wall covering (Michael Devine's Fretwork) is reminiscent of latticework.
This space uses the triadic color scheme by using three different colors to unify the room. The different colors are used on the three chairs as well as the wall paper, the lamp shade and the table decorations.
These are great color combos to get away with pink! * * Two shades of pink and crisp white! * Pink, lilac and white. * Pink, white and black. * Pink and white. * Pink, white and dark wood. * White, Pink and black.
Look at the orchid on this foyer table! The dark floor, dark walls. Zebra Cowhide Rug, the glass door with that incredible handle. The mirrored ceiling! There are so many striking touches in this small space!
Jonathan Adler dining room white and navy blue zigzag chevron herringbone rug, yellow faux bamboo Jonathan Adler Chippendale Chairs, chandelier, turquoise blue silk window panels curtains, glossy black doors and Worlds Away Powell Dining Table
A dark color on the ceiling is a great way to add a bit of drama and interest to a room. This works especially well if you have tall ceilings and lots of natural light. Pictured - a neutral room with a black ceiling and ornate ceiling medallion.