Architects Andrea Serboli and Matteo Colombo managed to revive a gloomy apartment in Barcelona with help of an interesting color palette. They used the technique of color zoning – devoting each room to its own shade. The kitchen turned out to be the brightest – the carrot tone flows from the ceiling to the kitchen countertop, and from there to the floor, and is supported by accessories in the same shade. The second part of the room is calmer, beige, but this is not counting the burgundy ceiling. The office corner is decorated in similar orange tones, which, by the way, perfectly helps to cheer up for solving problems. The bedroom is designed in green tones and is supported by tiles with ornaments. Such color zoning is rarely seen in apartments, but how do you like this solution?