Pop of Color with Wayfair

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Clearly, as much as I like to pretend otherwise, I am not the best proponent of self control. Just look at the explosion of metallics, prints and colors in my office

To paraphrase one of my favorite quotes from Pinterest, "This brain of mine has just two settings: nothing at all or too much. There is no in-between."

The same theory is, of course, applied to home decor, which perfectly explains the sudden drop of enthusiasm displayed by visitors as they first enter my office (Wow, so glamorous!) and then proceed to our living room (Oh...).

Clearly it was time for a room refresh.

When Wayfair first approached me to join their #PopOfColor campaign, I was excited to say the least. In my book, gold is a neutral, so the items that had fallen victim to my gold spray paint obsession weren't exactly serving a #PopOfColor purpose.

I considered pillows, rugs, ottomans, poufs – until I laid my eyes on the Holly & Martin Eontic 2 Piece Nesting Tables. The modern metal texture, the poppy red hue and the varying height of the tables were just what I needed to add dimension to the otherwise uninteresting living room.

The trick to infusing your space with a pop of color is to limit the amount of colors you use. I myself am partial to reds, pinks and oranges, so I opted for the bright hue of the nesting tables, which also happened to fit seamlessly with my DIY artwork. The poppy red color nicely highlights the metallic accessories without overwhelming the room. I'm considering the Surya Intersected Geometrics pillow in a similar shade to complete the look.

Pop of Color with Wayfair on FOXYOXIE.com

Pop of Color with Wayfair on FOXYOXIE.com

Pop of Color with Wayfair on FOXYOXIE.com

Pop of Color with Wayfair on FOXYOXIE.com

Pop of Color with Wayfair on FOXYOXIE.com

Pop of Color with Wayfair on FOXYOXIE.com

Pop of Color with Wayfair on FOXYOXIE.com

Pop of Color with Wayfair on FOXYOXIE.com

What do you think of the colorful addition? Is there a space in your home that needs a pop of color?

Disclosure »

This post is sponsored by Wayfair. I received a $100 gift card, which I used towards purchasing the Holly & Martin Eontic 2 Piece Nesting Tables. The writing and opinions expressed herein are always my own and never influenced by gifted products or any type of compensation. 

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  3. Uhm, I cannot tell you how much I love poppy and fuchsia together. One of my ALL TIME FAVORITE color schemes. Love it and I love how much it pops in your neutral room. Goes great with your site, too!

    • Hi Christina! Thanks so much for your sweet words! Unfortunately, with us being in the middle of moving, the place is a complete mess, but at least I have photos to prove that it’s not always a complete disaster! :))

      Hope your week is off to a lovely start! XO

  4. I love it! My living room colors are brownish grey (shiitake), teal, cream and I’m gonna add a pop of cheery yellow! I’m going to try to sneak a little gold in there if I can get away with it! I simply love gold accents, but the hubs, not so much!

    • A pop of cheery yellow sounds perfect (and looks perfect too, considering that I’ve actually seen your living room)! :)

      Regarding the gold accents, like most things in life, it’s all about compromise! If he’s so particular about gold accents, then maybe you can incorporate the color elsewhere, like in a room that he rarely uses? Kitchen, perhaps? :)

    • Thank you so much, Erica! I welcome any and all decor ideas that distract from the fact that we live in a dark basement apartment! This fun & colorful table combo was just the thing! Thanks again for stopping by & sharing your thoughts! XO

    • Hi Darla, Thanks so much for stopping by & sharing your thoughts! I think if perhaps I replace the white coffee table with the orange nesting ones, the room may seem a bit more balanced, but you’re right, in the current state they seem to direct the eye to the left of the room… That’s why I plan on improving our current pillow situation by adding lots of orange and pink hues. Think that’ll do the trick?

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