Hot Pink Bedding
Against a black headboard and with crisp white linens, this bold hue looks grown-up, never girly.

Giant Number Decals
Put your lucky number on your living-room wall for ongoing good vibes.

Matching Dipped Paintings
Matching paintings may seem old-school, but consider pairing them with dipped frames like these wall mounts

Contrasting Blues
This bedroom’s minimal decor is on point thanks to two strong hues in the same family.

Fireplace Painted Inside
Adding a subtle pop of color to the inside of a fireplace is an easy trick to create dimension. Also, Simon Doonan is the coolest.

Solo Sporting Gear
Art doesn’t have to come in a frame. Consider hanging up vintage tennis rackets or hockey sticks on a blank wall.

Embroidered Pillows
The key here is to go way overboard. And, mixing and matching various prints and sizes is best.

Statement Couch
Maybe hot-pink animal print isn’t your jam, but it makes an undeniable statement. Of course, this one comes from none other than the high empress of glam herself, Kelly Wearstler.

Invisible Shelves
Paint your shelves and walls a dark color to match each other. Instant floating objects!

Two-Tone Door
We always look to One Kings Lane special-projects-editor Megan Pflug for design ideas, because she’s a painting master. Adding neon color to a door will breathe new life into a familiar surface.

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Hot Pink Bedding Against a black headboard and with crisp white linens, this bold hue looks grown-up, never girly. Giant Number Decals Put your lucky number on your living-room wall for ongoing good vibes. Matching Dipped Paintings Matching paintings may seem old-school, but consider pairing them with dipped frames like these wall...