"I'm madly in love with color," says Lulie Wallace, a Charleston, South Carolina-based artist who wanted to find a way to incorporate her own fabric and art into her home without going overboard. This gorgeous single house made Lulie and her husband, Harrison, get creative with space. Harrison took the architectural side of the project, opening up the space by knocking down walls. This gave the home more light, and the open concept was a refreshing change to the previously tight, cramped quarters. In order to balance out her instinct to go overboard with color, Lulie called on her friend, interior designer Angie Hranowsky, to create a space that's both vibrant with prints and bold colors, yet also calm and relaxing. The end result is a gorgeous pairing of traditional with whimsical, Asian with retro, and modern with vintage. Plus, the more neutral look of the home really allowed for Lulie's original art and prints to come to life. We've pulled together some of our favorite shots of this incredible before-and-after, with tips on how to recreate this bold look in your home.