Fearlessly Fluorescent: Decorating with Manish Arora

Fearlessly Fluorescent: Decorating with Manish Arora

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Finally! A backyard necessity you won't want to hide in the garden shed.
A historical paint color finds a contemporary outlet in the designer's Connecticut home.
Sometimes the absence of color can be just as striking as the most vibrantly hued palette. Case in point: Daniel Kanter's understated black-and-white kitchen in upstate New York.
Here are three non-threatening ways the think outside of the box when it comes to bright shades.
We're currently coveting the sophisticated shades in Matt Carollo's Chicago apartment.
The classic chair has long been one of the hallmarks of the midcentury household. Now it's also an eco-friendly vanguard for the 21st century.
The London-based brand that put mixed-media vessels on our radar last spring has expanded its colorful collection.
Which camp in the great open shelving debate do you fall into?
Daun Curry used it in a living room at Sotheby's Design Showhouse. And Young Huh applied it in a bathroom at the Kips Bay Show House a few weeks ago.
The rules of fashion aren't always so different from the ones that govern interior design, though we have to wonder if the jury isn't still out when it comes to color coordination.
With a little effort, you can transform what's usually the least stylish space in the home into a pure expression of your favorite hue.
This cheap and easy DIY idea can be personalized however you'd like and used just about anywhere—really!
The all-white bathroom may never go out of style, but in a compact space like the typical bathroom, there's no better way to express your personality than with color.
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