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Carrot cake is one of my favorite spring desserts — it’s comforting, homey and just a little bit spicy. (Also, there is cream cheese frosting.)  This Moroccan-inspired bathroom’s palette is like the design equivalent of the beloved cake: It not only matches the warm, neutral tones, but the worldly accent pieces, modern geometric tile and striped curtains add just enough spice to this mostly-neutral space.

Orange and Cream Bathroom Color Palette: Tuesday Huesday on HGTV's Design Happens

Moroccan Bathroom :: Carrot Cake

I think I will have one of each: one inviting bathroom, one slice of cake. How about you?

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Sure, I may have trudged to work in my winter coat today, but I’m already looking forward to bright spring fashions. I love how a few on-trend pieces (like emerald flats paired with coral jeans) can revitalize wardrobe basics, and it’s the same in this sweet little girl’s room.

Neutral walls come to life with a fun gallery wall full of bright emerald touches. I especially love the embroidery hoops filled with springy fabrics. But the real star of this space? The ever-popular ombre dresser in shades of coral. Yes, it’s perfect for a nursery or kids’ room, but I’d gladly find a spot for it in my bedroom, too.

Emerald & Coral Kids' Room Color Palette

Coral + Emerald Girl’s Room ::  Spring Fashion Inspiration

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Seeing groups of yellow and purple flowers always cheers me up in late winter; the blooms are like spring’s first official order of business. Inside the house, this combo of color wheel opposites is less common since it can be tricky to balance the two bold hues.

To get it right, take a cue from some of spring’s first blossoms. The colors of daffodils and crocuses look fabulous against the backdrop of the neutral, still-thawing ground. It’s the same in your living room: accents of deep purple and mustard yellow add color and vibrancy to a warm gray base hue (without making the room into a Lakers shrine.)

Yellow, Purple and Gray Living Room Color Palette - HGTV's Design Happens Blog

Living Room :: Crocuses and Daffodils

 What do you think? Would you try this bold palette in your home?

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Last weekend I took a mini-vacation to Miami, Florida. As a first-time visitor, I was in awe of how beautiful the city is — the art deco buildings, the vibrant public art, even the designer parking garages (seriously!.)

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Thumbing through my brightly-hued photos from the weekend, I kept coming back to this color combination I spotted on one of the beach’s lifeguard shacks. I love how the watery blues, tans and turquoises so common in coastal design are made modern with a hue across the color wheel: bright orange. This color combination looks especially striking against white walls, like in this cheerful dining space from Style at Home.

Have you used a vacation find as an inspiration for your space? Tell me about it!

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February is one of those months that can’t seem to make up its mind weather-wise. Snow flurries fell in East Tennessee this weekend, all while my yard’s first daffodils bloomed away. Robin’s egg blue (our pick for February’s color of the month) is perfect for this unpredictable period: it’s cool enough for winter, yet it brings to mind all that’s to come when the ground thaws: think Easter egg hunts and spring celebrations.

Adding gold and neutrals to the mix, like designer Katie Ridder did in the dining room on the left, creates a traditional palette with just a hint of luxury.

Robin's Egg Blue Dining Room Color Palette

Dining Room :: Robin’s Eggs :: Birthday Cake

Are you planning a painting project for that first warm day (or next big blizzard)? Tell us what colors you’re crushing on.

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Welcome to our newest D-Happ series, Tuesday Huesday. Each week, we’ll share a new color combination inspired by a photo we love, whether it’s an amazing designer space, the label on a vintage jar or a confetti-inspired party backdrop.

Since we’re a mere two days away from Valentine’s Day, today’s bedroom color palette is all about hot pink. It’s a classic color, but it feels modern when paired with warm gray, dusty pink and bright turquoise. The white, black and navy accents keep it from being 100-percent girly. (It’s a mere 90-percent girly.)

Romantic Bedroom Color Palette: Fuchsia, Teal, Pink and Gray

Bedroom/Real Living Magazine :: Confetti + Flowers/HGTV.com

So, what do you think? Will you add a fuchsia bedroom to your Valentine’s Day wish list alongside flowers and chocolate?

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