GUEST BLOGGER FROM DESIGN SHUFFLE: Decorating in Technicolor!!

Hi, I’m Susi, a writer for Design Shuffle, a great site that showcases the work of designers around the world. I’m happy to be visiting Susan’s blog today as a guest blogger. My guest post is all about decorating in Technicolor. Glorious Technicolor makes me think of old movies with intense color palettes like Wizard of Oz. Here are my eight choices for Technicolor decorating ideas. Enjoy!Technicolor Decor

A rainbow of Technicolor ruffle pillows fills this classic sofa.

Gorgeous color next to more gorgeous color gives this seating tons of style.

Technicolor Decor

Bright Technicolor accents pop in this living room.

Painting a small side table a bright color, adding colorful throws and pillows are great ways to bring Technicolor to your room.

Technicolor Decor

Fabulous colorful art work brings the Technicolor to this room.

Big, bold colorful artwork looks best against white walls but can work with other wall colors as well.

Technicolor Decor

The Pacific Edge Hotel in Laguna Beach, CA is full of Technicolor vintage beach dÈcor.

Technicolor stripes and bright walls give this bedroom design in the hotel room a nostalgic feeling.

Technicolor Decor

A large vintage photo (too bad it’s not in Technicolor) sets the vintage tone for this eclectic loft.

Tons of colorful furniture, lighting and accents work together in the Technicolor space and offer lots of interior design ideas for those who can’t seem get enough of this style right now.

Technicolor Decor

These shimmering turquoise tiles make the brightly colored accents really pop in this colorful kitchen.

White cabinets and trim balance the brights, including red and a bit of green in addition to the brilliant blues.

Technicolor Decor

Mixing colors creates a Technicolor room. Yellow, aqua, fuchsia and pale lavender are all happy, cheerful colors that work well with vintage style furniture and dÈcor.

These are great ideas for your living room designs.

Technicolor Decor

Kelly Wearstler does Technicolor probably better than anyone.

Her fearless mixing of colors is one of her signature interior design statements.

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Have you used any Technicolor in your home decor?

Head on over to Design Shuffle where you’ll find great color inspiration and find brand new interior design guide!

  • Ben

    January 24, 2012 at 6:51 am

      Awesome tips. I’ll be passing this post on for sure
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  • Susan E. Brown

    January 24, 2012 at 6:18 pm

    Fabulous! Thanks Ben, and thanks for your input. Always trying to keep things colorful! Best, Susan

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