12 Neon Rooms That Aren't Over the Top

Don't be afraid of a bold pop of color.

Oberto Gili
Don't be afraid of a bold pop of color.
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Oberto Gili
In fashion designer 's Florida home, armchairs surround the vintage dining table, alongside paintings by Ed Moses. See more from Perry's home here.
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Eric Piasecki
In Michael Leva's Manhattan apartment, two William Kozar paintings flank a 1970s mirror. The vintage David Hicks side table holds a lamp made from a 19th-century apothecary bottle filled with colored water. (See the full tour here.)
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Eric Piasecki
The bright-blue lacquered desk in Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's den is designed by . The two chairs are covered in leather. See more from their Upper East Side apartment on ELLEDecor.com.
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Oberto Gili
Designer in her Manhattan living room, featuring fantastic bright-orange dining chairs.
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Simon Upton
In Rena Abboud's London townhouse you'll find this hot-pink dressing room designed by Philip Vergeylen, with specially constructed drawers for gloves, scarves, hats, and belts, and acrylic boxes galore. The walls and custom-made cabinetry are painted in .
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Brian Doben
A brightly-colored modernist vase lives in fashion designer 's West Village home.
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Simon Upton
In owner's Joe Mimran's NYC home, the breakfast room features artwork by and a sculpture in bright orange.
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Photographer Credit : Ed Reeve
Ed Reeve
Designer transformed London's sea containers building into a neutral haven — with bold pops of color.
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This Notting Hill townhouse, owned by British architectural and interior designer , features just the barest pop of color in his book collection. The 1950s rosewood desk and chair is by , and the 1960s credenza is by .
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Ramona Rosales
Bright neon finds fill the floor at Los Angeles pop culture home accessory store .
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Douglas Friedman
Designer made this converted 1920s Manhattan office tower an urban duplex — complete with a hot-pink animal rug.
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William Abranowicz
Model Anne Bannert's classic Connecticut home pairs a hot pink bench with traditional elements, like the Chinese bench and chest (found in a flea market) and a teak sculpture and lacquer-and-gold-leaf Buddhist prayer book from Rangoon. READ MORE on ELLEDecor.com: Homes of Celebrities Over 40 With Grown-Up Bank Accounts to Match Here's What $750K Could Buy You Nationwide HOUSE TOUR: Inside A Delightfully Inventive Toronto Home How One Toronto Couple Crafted Their Inventive Dream House
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