5837 Palo Cristi

In Arizona, sometimes it's best to just let nature provide the bold colors! (Property at 5837 N. Palo Cristi Rd., Paradise Valley.)

From bright and bold exterior colors, to paneled accent walls, colorful kitchens, bathrooms and rooms saturated with color, these homes don’t rely on pale neutrals but instead go big and bold with color.

This ranch home in the popular Willo neighborhood greets you with a bold color combo and continues the theme inside. While the interior walls boast a soft neutral color, the owners up the interest with bold cabinetry.  The beautiful, deep blue in this gourmet kitchen is highlighted by stainless steel appliances and gorgeous tiled walls. The owner doubled down and carried this color palette into the bathroom, too. Gorgeous!

Location: 501 W. Encanto Blvd, Phoenix, 85003

Built: 1940

Square feet: 1,827

Bedroom/Bathroom: 3/2

Price: $760,000

Listed by: Listed by Mara Benson, Bliss Realty & Investments

Here’s another home in downtown Phoenix that really showcases color. The beautiful deep green cabinetry and sky-blue island in the kitchen really bring the outdoors in, and the green theme repeats on the paneled living room accent wall and in both newly renovated baths. (Willo residents know how to represent with a consistent, bold color choice!) And we love the soft-hued wall color accenting the soaking tub — hey, not everything has to be bold!

Location: 315 W. Edgemont Ave., Phoenix, 85003

Built: 1945

Square feet: 1,868

Bedroom/Bathroom: 3/2

Price: $695,000

Listed by: Listed by Anne Thorne, HomeSmart

If you are going to add an accent wall, go big and be bold. We love this color, and, once again, panels give it that extra pop. The kitchen is no slouch, either. The bold, black range hood perfectly contrasts the stark white walls, shades of grey wall tile and gold light fixtures.

Location: 5537 W. Alameda Rd., Glendale, 85310

Built: 1994

Square feet: 4,440

Bedroom/Bathroom: 6/4

Price: $1,900,000

Listed by: Listed by Andrew Lane, AZ Lane Realty

Here is another home that makes great use of a bold colored accent wall. We love this casual space — and with four built-in bunk beds, it’s the perfect post-pandemic sleep over room. This sprawling South Phoenix home also boasts a home theater where the colorful décor takes center stage. And can we talk about those cozy wall nooks?!

Location: 3208 W. Redwood Ln., Phoenix, 85045

Built: 2015

Square feet: 7,044

Bedroom/Bathroom: 5/4.5

Price: $2,550,000

Listed by: Listed by Kathy Camamo, Amazing AZ Homes

The gorgeous wood-beamed vaulted ceilings and beautiful accent walls in this 1970s home may have you green with envy. This home is tucked back in the private Sunset North community of Moon Valley, which has plenty of green spaces outdoors as well.

Location: 15236 N. 6th Circle, Phoenix, 85023

Built: 1978

Square feet: 2,603

Bedroom/Bathroom: 4/3

Price: $575,000

Listed by: Raymond Hintz, Keller Williams Realty Professional Partners

This ginormous home (over 14,000 square feet, yes, ginormous fits) features a theater room that is saturated in color, an amazing tile accent wall in the master bath and kitted-out double bedroom doors that match the interior accent wall.

There is so much luxury that is built into this incredible home: custom inlaid polished marble floors, limestone columns, Italian imported staircase, 600+ bottle wine cave, Olympic size pool/spa, tennis/basketball and Bocce Ball Courts and five fountains on over 3.5 acres with a view of Camelback Mountain, and much more.

Location: 5837 N. Palo Cristi Rd., Paradise Valley, 85253

Built: 2007

Square feet: 14,458

Bedroom/Bathroom: 8/9

Price: $10,650,000

Listed by: Frank Aazami, Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty


Photos and listing information courtesy of the agents and Redfin.com

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