English brand Paint & Paper knows a lot about beautiful color combinations, as for already more than 20 years it supplies designers and architects from all over the world with qualitative interior paints. The company is proud of its palette of 180 unique shades and the fact that the production is in the UK and meets the highest standards. Our attention was drawn to their wonderful catalog with gorgeous interiors decorated with their wonderful paint. Prepare for a large portion of color inspirations!
Interesting wooden constructions, colorful scheme, and unique furniture – the interiors of this Danish apartment make it clear that a creative family lives here. The owners are a couple of designer and architect who design both pieces of furniture as well as full-fledged houses and apartments. The family has 4 children and this apartment is child-friendly as much as possible. Of course, they created these interiors by their own. Such a bright and stylish home!
This bright apartment in Barcelona is a wonderful mix of old architecture, colorful textiles, modern furniture and vintage details. The fact is that the home is located in a historic house, which prompted the designer to choose a bold and extravagant eclectic style. It looks so cheerful!
You can’t have too much of color – designer Jessica Buckley was perhaps guided by this principle, when she was creating the interiors of the beautiful townhouse in Edinburgh. The walls here are painted in the most vivid and rich shades, such as blue, red, pink, and the whole picture is complemented by all kinds of colorful paintings, textiles, wallpaper. Excellent and cheerful version of the traditional English design!
Only in Paris you will find such wonderful living spaces like this apartment on the top floor of an old building. The owners here enjoy romantic views of the roofs of the houses. And these bright colors, lovely furniture, ceilings! Wonderful retro touches in the decor are also here. It is love at first sight!
This minimalist apartment in Moscow proves that a rough industrial design and bright colors can successfully live together. Just look how creative the Le Atelier studio filled the home with color. The idea with spilled paint on the floor and ceiling is one of the coolest that we happened to see recently. Interestingly, this design was created for a girl who was not afraid of the brutal and cold features of such interior. Such an interesting project!
As we know, traditional English style usually implies calm and restrained tones and elegant forms. But the interiors of the extravagant London-based studio 2LG are everything but traditional, although they have features of English design. These young and successful guys create very bold interiors filling them with bright colors, which is their signature style. An excellent example of color combinations in design!
If you take separately all the textures and colors present in the interiors of this elegant apartment in Edinburgh, seems like it’s not possible to combine them together – the palette and the prints are so diverse. But designer Jessica Buckley was able to do it so well that as the result is a very bright and unique home with its own character and bold solutions. The dark gray wall paint was chosen here for good reason – it perfectly calms down such a splash of colors. Bravo!
When the architect Laurent Lo Monaco bought an old townhouse in the 20th district of Paris several years ago, it was an abandoned small home with little light and dark narrow rooms. Having completed his studies at an architectural university, Laurent was enthusiastic to make his first project for the future portfolio and to create a bright and comfortable home for himself. The renewed interiors are filled with the spirit of the past: bright colorful furniture in retro style and elements of graphic design intertwined here in a wonderful combination. Bright and stylish!
The owner of this apartment, an Australian businessman has lived in Barcelona for some time, but until recently he had a small apartment in the city center. And now, when he realized that he is going to stay in this sunny city for a long time, he decided he needed a bigger dwelling – to host guests and feel comfortable, like at home. With this goal, he found magnificent, but slightly abandoned apartments in a historic building of the 19th century and hired a local design studio ABAG for a reconstruction. As a result, the client got a bright and colorful home, which, however, has not lost its original charm. Let’s take a look!