White canvas, bold colors

When you don’t know what to do with a space, why not just paint it white and start with a blank canvas?

Use splashes of bold colors to give personality to any room in your house. There’s so much inspiration on the internet that it’s hard to narrow down a list of the BEST ideas. However, we can always try: here are our top three favorites. Click through their websites for even more inspiration and then come into Exeter Paint or Exeter Paint West to find your color inspirations.

1) Inspiration from HouseBeautiful.com + their Designer Dining Room Decorating Ideas

Red Accents

Because her house in Bridgehampton, New York, “meanders around corners and up and down steps,” design consultant Ellen O’Neill couldn’t make sense of the flow. So she painted everything Benjamin Moore‘s Linen White: “It’s the blank-canvas approach.” A vintage English road sign gives the dining room a focal point. Red chairs from Design Within Reach. Curtain fabric by Les Indiennes.

2) Inspiration by Jill Sorensen @ Houzz.com + 
Play Tricks With Color in Your All-White Room

Turquoise Accents

Paint your furniture. Painting furniture is an easy and affordable way to instantly update a room. This room glows in all white, but the punchy turquoise dresser adds cheer to the serene space.Experiment with something affordable, like a funky piece you found at a local garage sale. A gallon of colorful paint and some new hardware is all you need to create an instant conversation piece.
3) Inspiration from Brit + Co and 30 Tasteful Ways to Add Colorful Accents to Your Home 

Yellow Accents

Sometimes less is more and all it takes are a couple pieces of neon green to add lots of character and a touch of playfulness to this otherwise modern kitchen. (via Organized Clutter)

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