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Go bold at home

BY PAM STASNEY
Photos by Dan Bishop

 July 2014

Itís summer! Introduce some color and some fun into your home interiors with these big-impact pieces.

Think Bold and Bright

Go from dull to wow, simply by draping a neutral sofa with one of these brightly patterned (and generously sized) handmade "upcycled" throws by in2green, available from Xenia, Mequon.

 

 

The addition of a bold, graphic and colorful area rug, like this one from Warren Barnett Interiors, Brookfield, changes the whole look of a space in an instant. The rug is a one-of-a-kind hand-knotted wool overdyed rug from Pakistan.
Make a statement when youíre hosting your next summer soiree, by setting your table with these fun, graphic and colorful napkins by Harvey & Strait, also from Xenia.

Think Pairs (or a group of three):

These art pieces from McNabb & Risley, Thiensville, add a graphic punch to your wall space as easy as one, two, three. They make a particularly strong statement when they are displayed in groups. "Think Pink I" & "Think Pink II" by Zoey Riley are eye candy for your wall. "Vivacity I, II & III" by Emma Brooks hang as a triptych, creating a movement of pattern play that will breathe new life into any room.

 

 

When it comes to your coffee table, think outside the box. Mix it up by replacing your singular coffee table with a handsome pair, like these elegant, colorful tables designed by Century and available at Peabodyís Interiors, Brown Deer.












 


This story ran in the July 2014 issue of: