Every home needs a bit of color. Even the most minimalist designers will include a splash of yellow, a touch of red, or a spray of leaves for their bright green. In this home, from visualizer Plasterlina, we get perfect pops of color without being overwhelmed by brightness. The design actually utilizes quite a bit of neutral colors and bare wood paneling, making the areas where bright colors are used stand out even more. Further, the entire home has a unified feel, with certain elements carrying the design from room to room, making the house feel like a home for a tight-knit family.
Though percentage-wise there is not a tremendous amount of color in the main living space, the eye is immediately drawn to the colorful carpet and bits of red on the unique wall shelving.
The design takes “clean lines” to a different level, using intersecting lines to create interest everywhere from a sectional sofa to a geometric light fixture.