An aparment full of color and life

We all dream about redecorating our apartments according to our own style and personality and, at the same time, we want to do it the best way possible. Pedro Varela and Renata Pinho, architects who did a great job with an apartment in Porto,Portugal, provided one of the most enchanting solutions.

The result is so good, that you have the impression of finding yourself in a perfect place. What fascinates more than anything else is the color: yellow, as nothing compares to a color that makes you feel happy, full of life and enthusiasm and definitely makes you dream about the moment when you get back home.

It provides that spot of color we all need in our lives and if we also have the felling of a larger space, it is even better. What is obvious is the fact that a lot of storage space was created, aspect so important in any home, no matter how small or how big it is, we always need it.

The bedroom with its simplicity, original touch and the inspiring choice of wood is everything we could dream of. However, not only the color and the quality of the materials make this yellow apartment a very pleasant and inviting home, but also its modernity, good taste and personality. This kind of house makes you want to have at least one room painted in yellow! Don’t you?{found on archdaily and pics by Jose Campos}

Published by in Apartments, on October 26th, 2011


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