It’s Tory here, from The Barmy Fox! I am guest blogging on the Stylish Living with RCI site and there is SO much inspiration in their work!

Lots of people want to add color to their life, but they are too afraid to commit to anything too bold or too vibrant. Color doesn’t have to monopolize the entire space, and doesn’t have to be so intimidating. This week’s post is how RCI adds a pop (or a hint if you aren’t very brave) to your home the easy way. Below are some of the projects that use color in a smart way.

In this living space, they mixed a lot of patterns but stuck to a couple colors to make the look cohesive. The orange chair pops with the blue walls, and the colors are mirrored on the throw pillows which brings everything together.

RCI Interior DesignIn kitchens, color is not only limited to dish towels and washcloths. Here they painted the island a bright color as well, to make it a focal point of the kitchen, and add some color in an unexpected way. You can always add coordinating dish towels to change up the overall feel of the kitchen.

RCI Interior DesignHere they chose a neutral color for the tile and walls, then added color by choosing red lighting covers, a red shower curtain and red hand towels to bring everything together.

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Another way to add some color is with throw pillows. I love that they can be changed with the seasons, and can be an inexpensive way to jazz up your living area. I also think it brightens the space and lets your eye land on a certain thing in the room. I also love this rug!

13I always love a good unexpected pop of color. but it doesn’t always have to be bright and bold. I find that by painting the back of this little niche a soft color, it adds some interest without outshining the items on the shelf.

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Adding some color in your home does not have to be intimidating or difficult! At RCI, they like to create their designs around the people that they work for, and that is clearly their specialty. So if you are bold and bright or soft and subtle, they can find the right design for you.

Be sure to follow RCI Interior Design on Facebook, Houzz, and Pinterest to see more of their projects, and don’t be afraid to get in touch!

Tory

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