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If you live in an apartment like most of us and your landlord has barred you from going red, blue, or green, here are some suggestion on how to get around that problem:

1) Use colorful furnishings. A bright  sofa and wall hanging can transform a neutral corner into a bright spot.

2) Pillows and throws are an easy way to add color, and they’re (usually) cheap enough to switch out when you get tired of a style.

3) Artwork is a time-tested way to add color and depth to a room. A bright  canvas on a wall can brighten up a room in no time.

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4) Flowers, plants, and fruit may seem like small details, but they can add a lot to a room. A green plant will help create a focal point in a room.

5) Curtains and drapes can add color while insulating your windows. You can also switch them out seasonally if you’re the type who likes to mix things up.

6) A colored light shade can completely change the tone of a room. Red Chinese lanterns, for instance, can add a sense of drama whether they’re lit or not.

7) Organize a collection by color to create instant decor on a budget.  Make an impact with the objects you collect.

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