15 Ways To Add Color To A Room (Without Commitment)

For some homeowners who are set in their neutral-loving ways, even just a "pop of color" can sound like a terrifying decor decision. And while there are plenty of ways to dip that toe in the hue-filled pool, the easiest way to go about adding color is by using ultra temporary solutions. That's right -- put the paint chips down, step away from the brushes and check out these smart solutions for ending color phobia, once and for all.

A couple bold throw pillows can breathe new life into the oldest of couches.
(Clockwise from left to right: Domino, Jonathan Adler, IKEA)
White kitchens may be chic -- but without colorful accents like this glassware, they revert right back to boring.
Royal boxes and trays do the trick when furniture and paint has fallen in the "neutral" category.
(One Kings Lane)
A vibrant dose of yellow curtains keep any room bright and happy.
(West Elm)
With these rugs, who says you have to go outside to go green?
(Clockwise from top left to right: One Kings Lane, Wayfair, Pier 1)
A multi-hued shower curtain is guaranteed to brighten boring bathrooms.
And if all else fails, you can always look to placemats, clocks, candles and other accents to give you that "pop."

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