Sneak Peek: Best of Purple

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Whether it be lavender, blackberry, amethyst or grape, purple in nearly every shade has always been one of my favorite colors. There is something so striking and dramatic about a luscious plum velvet sofa or the palest lavender hued wall. In our last round up we found purple displayed predominantly through accents around the home – pillows, lamps, vases and even flowers. In this new round up, it appears people are going a bolder route, painting purple on not only walls, but in one case the ceiling or even a fireplace mantle. Here are 14 of our favorites. Shannon

Image above: Purple Togo sofa in Iwona Ludyga and Mike Mazor’s home.

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Image above: Bright and shiny purple table in Jenny Brandt’s kitchen.

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Image above: Soft lavender in Molly and Robert Josiah Bingaman’s home.

See more purple after the jump…

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Image above: A purple ceiling adds an unexpected jolt of color in Jay and Sarah Sandidge’s home.

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Image above: An eggplant mantle in Megan Price’s home.

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Image above: Plum walls add an air of femininity to Si Mazouz daughter’s bedroom without being too girly.

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Image above: Another purple wall for another daughter! This time in Merav Sade’s home.

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Image above: A very cozy looking grape hued couch in this Brazilian home.

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Image above: I love the dark romantic vibe of the walls in Bellocq’s tea house.

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Image above: In one of my favorite Sneak Peek photographs ever, the luscious purple silk pouf is a lovely contrast against the pale patterns and textures elsewhere in Paula Kilpatrick’s Australian home.

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Image above: More purple in Lella and Julio’s Brazilian home.

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Image above: Great use of color blocking with the purple closet and blue chair in Isabelle Rivoire-Grange’s home.

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Image above: Another shade of purple in Megan Price’s home.

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Image above: Various shades of pale lavender blend well in Leah Goren’s colorful Brooklyn apartment.

  1. Love the purple ceiling! That’s the best.

  2. Catherine says:

    OH! I’m in love with purple! That table!

  3. AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME…. Love’em all

  4. Natalie says:

    Anyone know who makes the amazing map/wallpaper?

  5. chelsea says:

    Lovely! This is so much better than my eggplant purple bedroom as a teenager. Clearly purple is much better as an accent colour. That purple fireplace is gorgeous!

  6. Betty Marton says:

    Your post caught my attention (and not just because I LOVE purple) and made it into an email about my new post…

  7. Gorgeous selection of purple hues. It’s such a versatile color.

  8. That purple table and purple mantle are perfectly sophisticated and fun!

  9. SangYoo says:

    Can you tell me the aritst of the first black canvas painting? I really love the work and would want to find out who’s painting it is! Please email me :)

  10. Diane says:

    do you know where the map wall paper can be found?

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