How To Decorate With Purple Without Overdoing It

Cameron Hackett’s home tour is a great example of how to decorate with purple without overdoing it. Her color choices are spot on. Carefully thought out soothing paint colors for the wall in the living room and neutral gray rugs create a sophisticated backdrop for the main event, the eye-catching purple chairs. Plenty of chic gold accents make this room shine. Be sure to view the entire home tour including links to specific paint colors, home decor and stand out furniture pieces.

How To Decorate with Purple

Living Room in purple and orange with gold accents

Throw Pillows How To Decorate with Purple without overdoing it

Living Room - gold scalloped side table and purple chair, agate prints framed in acrylic

Decorate with Purple – Get The Look

Gray Rugs

Go for Gold

Pops of Purple


Want more color inspiration? View these fab home tours:

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  • Lacquer it up! Meet Allison Purcell. Her jaw dropping gorgeous home will leave you longing for bright bold and beautiful colors. When I say bold, I mean knockout rooms to die for. When most people jump on the lacquer train by painting a console table, Allison pushes the envelope and lacquers her dining room walls and ceiling!
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** Home Tour Photography: Kim Frost

2 thoughts on “How To Decorate With Purple Without Overdoing It

  1. Very pretty! I think adding gold to the purple accents makes it glamorous!

  2. I agree with you Brenda!! 🙂

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