In the design world, the phrase ‘pop of color’ is cliché. The professionals don’t believe in painting one wall red. Having an accent wall is like having a sulking sibling in the house. It belongs, but it could use a major attitude adjustment.
Rather than betraying a lack of original thought with that single colored wall, interior designers will introduce color to a room with transient details. A bowl of clementines on the living room table, a yellow apron handing on the kitchen wall and a 1950’s baby blue kettle on the stove all do the trick at pleasing the eye and spirit. These gifts offer more than just a pop of color in your life. They bring character and history as well.