Jewel-tones are fabulous: one comes to think of the rich palette of 17th century Dutch Baroque painting or the bright hues of Salvador Dali's work. Colors reminiscent of French ultramarine, lapis lazuli, Chinese vermilion, Prussian blue, Indian yellow and crimson will add glow and rich luminescence to walls.
Miles Redd design. Traditional elements such as black and white marble floors and blue and white porcelain takes on a very modern feel against the high gloss cobalt blue walls. The leather on the white-painted bench and stools add extra shine to a hallway that pops with color and texture!
Another traditional room is modernized with tangerine-colored high gloss walls and ceiling covered in metallic wallpaper. (Canadian House & Home, January 2010)
A library in rich black makes the art and books the main attraction.
The peacock blue of the walls (Farrow & Ball's Hague Blue) are beautiful against the orange, green and gold of the furniture and accessories of the room. Miles Redd design.
This vermilion red wall is a great match with the contemporary artwork. The designer wanted his small one-bedroom Nolita apartment to feel like an Opium den. He accomplished this by the daring and bold, high gloss red which is sure to stimulate the senses. Nick Olsen design.
Elegant structure against deep ultramarine lacquered walls. Christina Murphy design.
This spectacular table by Moura Starr will add high gloss glamour to a dining room (Pantella lacquered crystal table).
Beautiful combination of texture: high gloss walls, clear acrylic coffee table and rich velvet seating. Amanda Nisbet design.
Eight table, Phillip Michael Wolfson design.
Glossy vinyl wallpaper will create the same effect as high gloss paint. Rob Southern design.
Phillip Jeffries Ltd. Lacquered Effect wallcovering collection creates an illusion of a glazed wall.
A spectacular combination of high gloss walls and ceiling.
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