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I would choose robin's egg blue. I can't get enough of that color.
ooh love the one before last. i might go for a teal. my sis has a bright green room - makes me dizzy whenever i walk in there!!! o_O
Well, I couldn't live in any of these rooms, but I think that's a prime function of hotels: to have décor that will delight and dazzle us for a few nights and then allow us to return to the comparative serenity of our own houses. As hotel rooms, I'd really like these.
Oh man, I don't think I could do those hues. They are beautiful to look at though.
The red rooms look pretty in these pictures, but I could never live in one. I love the color, but I'd rather have a blue or yellow room! =) It'd be a bit less intense.
Red would be too intense for me. If I can't do white, I would have to go with gray!
great question, lovely pics! if i had to choose, it would be gray.i could live with red, if it was only on one wall...or in a chilly climate.
wasnt there something in Sex & The City when Big painted his bedroom wall red, and it went something like "like that red wall, it was a good idea at the time..."i like the 2nd one, but for a hotel stay. not something i could deal with 24/7. the 1st one is more realistic.if i had to do monochrome, varying shades of a blueish-green. peaceful calming colors.
Thanks for stopping by! Hmmm... if I was going to be bold, I would do Jade with white accents.
@mise: great point...a hotel room would be just the perfect place to experience this kind of color.If I had to choose just one color for a monchromatic room....I think'd I'd go the safe (and boring?) way and choose grey. Although I MIGHT be able to live with a blue room, too :)
i thnk a red room would be a bit too much to live in, altho i would love a "closet room" painted red with leopard print and mahongany accents.they certainly are bold
Oh, yes, I could! If I had my way, I'd paint the entire house red. These rooms are just too fabulous for words.Cheers.
I have an intense tangerine living room, and I love it, but frankly, I am really looking forward to repainting it after 5 years. But, hey, it lasted that long, which is pretty good! If I went monochromatic, I'd love to do a grey color scheme.
ahhh the 4th pic looks lovely... I might consider this one...
Absolutely luxurious colors! These photos make me want to go shopping for some paint!! :)
I would choose green...there are so many delicious shades. But I would have to have some pattern. Probably lots of William Morris!!Thanks for the sweet comment about Edward and for leading me here to your beautiful blog!!
OOoo! Very bold. Ok, I admit, right off the bat, if I had to choose a monochromatic scheme, it would be gray, of course. I never, ever tire of gray...However, I was thinking about one of Tricia Guild's first books, "White Hot" -- she had featured a space that consisted of saturated blues, aquas and purples. They looked lovely and cool together...so perhaps something like that could work well. Although, I do like the bedroom in image 03!Also, thank you SO much for your sweet comment on my latest post -- I only wish to be as wonderful as Audrey :) You are such a kind person, Crystal!
i think i could live in those rooms. the red is great but i'm afraid i'd get sick of it. if i had to choose a color, i choose turquoise. it makes me happy.
Love the vibrant energy of these rooms! The third would make a wonderful guest space.Hope you're having a great week,xo
Pink, of course!
I moved into an apartment in 2008 in which my bedroom was awash in vibrant red. I tried, but I couldn't handle it. It was unsettling, so I repainted it a lovely moody gray-violet.
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