December 3, 2022

Ten colourful living rooms that make a statement with bold hues

Flamingo pink partitions in a Greek seaside apartment and a dwelling house in Italy defined…

Flamingo pink partitions in a Greek seaside apartment and a dwelling house in Italy defined by key colors attribute in our newest lookbook, which collects vibrant dwelling rooms that are intended to stand out.

From the pastel colour palette employed in a Tokyo dwelling to the clash of reds and greens found in an Athens apartment, these 10 living rooms from across the planet are described by their vibrant interiors.

Though using strong colours in a residing space can appear like an intimidating prospect, these examples demonstrate how even just a handful of splashes of colour can make a hotter atmosphere and work as a distinction against regular white walls.

This is the most current in our lookbooks collection, which provides visual inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For more inspiration see previous lookbooks showcasing brutalist interiors, terrazzo eateries and household atriums.


Interiors of Polychrome House, designed by Amber Road
Image is by Prue Ruscoe

Polychrome Home, Australia, by Amber Road and Lymesmith

Pops of color feature in every place of Polychrome Dwelling, a 1960s assets in Sydney that was renovated by architecture studio Amber Highway and color consultants Lymesmith.

“Vivid most important colors, which had been layered through the interior, turned the heartbeat of the joyful working experience we were all fully commited to producing,” Amber Road co-director Yasmine Ghoniem informed Dezeen.

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Waterfront Nikis Apartment by Stamatios Giannikis
Photograph is by Kim Powell

Waterfront Nikis Condominium, Greece, by Stamatios Giannikis

Flamingo pink walls and accents choose centre phase in the residing place of Waterfront Nikis Apartment, a Greek seaside dwelling set inside of a 1937 listed artwork deco developing.

Architect Stamatios Giannikis paired a neon-pink hammock with a tender fluffy rug and rosy plant pots in the living room that overlooks the sea.

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Nagatachō Apartment by Adam Nathaniel Furman
Photograph is by Jan Vranovsky

Nagatachō Condominium, Japan, by Adam Nathaniel Furman

Designer Adam Nathaniel Furman utilised a sugar-sweet colour palette to liven up a Tokyo condominium he renovated for a retired expat pair.

Situated opposite the open-strategy kitchen, the blended living area and eating area capabilities a plush lilac carpet that was picked to distinction a daring green and blue chair and footrest, which Furman stated “has the sense of sponge cake and looks like icing”.

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Levine by Hendricks Churchill
Photo is by Tim Lenz

Connecticut property, United states, by Hendricks Churchill

American organization Hendricks Churchill sought to merge the aesthetic of a classic farmhouse with more present-day aspects at this Connecticut home.

Dusty blue cabinetry fulfills reddy orange furniture in the home’s dwelling room whilst a textured blue rug was positioned on neutral picket floorboards.

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Trevi House apartment in Rome designed by Studio Venturoni
Picture is by Michele Bonechi

Trevi Household, Italy, by Studio Venturoni

Thick bands of terracotta and sand-coloured paint wrap around the partitions of Trevi Property, a a person-bed room condominium in Rome that is described by heat, earthy hues.

The dwelling area incorporates a contrasting rectilinear blue and cream rug, which is positioned beneath a assertion oversized sculpture, reminiscent of classic marble statues.

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Julliana Camargo
Picture is by Maira Acayaba

The Karine Vilas Boas Apartment, Brazil, by Studio Julliana Camargo

A significant rug with a shiny geometric pattern by Portuguese brand name Punto e Filo functions in the dwelling house of this substantial apartment in downtown São Paulo.

Studio Julliana Camargo put a crescent-shaped pink couch and vivid green armchairs about the rug, emphasising its bold, technicolour appearance.

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Trikoupi apartment by Point Supreme
Image is by Yannis Drakoulidis

Trikoui condominium, Greece, by Position Supreme Architects

Community organization Point Supreme Architects created this vivid Athens condominium to involve a solitary open-prepare house combining the dwelling, dining and kitchen areas.

To make up for the absence of partition partitions, the condominium consists of vibrant designed-in custom furnishings to assist delineate areas, like a stained-environmentally friendly plywood storage wall and a table with a shiny red prime.

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House for Booklovers and Cats by BFDO Architects
Photo is by Francis Dzikowski

Home for Booklovers and Cats, Usa, by BFDO Architects

American studio BFDO Architects additional splashes of pink, orange and blue to the residing area of Household for Booklovers and Cats, a Brooklyn dwelling built to include things like several nooks for a pair of shy cats to retreat to.

A higgledypiggledy bookshelf that includes brightly painted alcoves was constructed into a single of the room’s walls, which was built to home the owners’ extensive reading through selection.

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Retroscena apartment renovation by La Macchina Studio
Photo is by Paolo Fusco

Retroscena, Italy, by La Macchina Studio

Retroscena is a distinct 1950s condominium renovation in Rome, completed by Italian architecture workplace La Macchina Studio to expose the home’s primary terrazzo flooring.

Key colors have been celebrated in the interior design and style, where by the living area can be screened off by a yellow curtain and is decorated with a circular red wall hanging and a squidgy blue sofa.

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Husos Arquitectos Madrid apartment
Photograph is by José Hevia

Madrid apartment, Spain, by Husos Arquitectos

Playful lime environmentally friendly deck chairs and bold yellow and orange accents feature in the massive dwelling home of this Madrid apartment by Spanish studio Husos Arquitectos.

Though its plywood-board cabinetry and pinewood flooring indicate that all-natural hues dominate in the room, the studio painted some of the shelves in vivid colors to brighten up the wood.

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This is the most recent in our sequence of lookbooks providing curated visible inspiration from Dezeen’s impression archive. For much more inspiration see previous lookbooks showcasing eco-friendly bedrooms, gardens with swimming pools and houses with glass extensions.