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Unexpected colour pops we love


A blue ombré staircase looks incredible in a pale grey and white space, and complements the timber treads and bannister perfectly. Bring your own puppy dog eyes. Image - Jonny Valiant via Real Simple.


At stylist Sibella Court's former Sydney retail space, the front door colour changed frequently, along with the contents of the store. A tin of paint and a weekend is all it takes... Image - The Society Inc.


Cheery yellow makes an unexpected appearance on the interior of custom joinery in a family home in London. Image - Blakes of London.


In the new Alex Hotel in Perth, interior design firm Arent&Pyke filled the space with layers of colour and quirky personal features, including a large communal table with a painted orange rim and legs. Image - Anson Smart. Alex Hotel by Arent&Pyke.


Sydney interior designer Briony Fitzgerald is renowned for her sense of colour we love the pink piping on this custom-made sofa. Image - Briony Fitzgerald Design.


Are you brave enough to take on a wall? Head to Pinterest for inspiration, then arm yourself with plenty of painter's masking tape and a steady hand. Image via Pinterest (source unknown).


The eye is drawn instantly to the hot pink towels & textiles in this otherwise dark & moody powder room. Image - BGDB Interior Design.

Click through our gallery and be inspired by these clever ways to use bright colour to add little moments of joy to your home.

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