Sprinkle in some of these eye-catchers to enliven white spaces.

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"White doesn't feel cold if you think of it as the stage, not the star of the room," says Shea McGee. That means using white walls and furniture as a back-drop for smaller, vivid elements that give the space some personality, says Todd Nickey. For example: an intricately carved vintage piece, a wildly patterned duvet, or bright yellow trim on the walls of a kid's room.

Here, some ideas (and product suggestions) that really pop: 

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