Marielle & Simon’s vibrant “Citrus Pop” Room



For those who plan to redecorate their home, or at least one room, we have some inspiration. It’s not easy to decide on a theme and on a new décor for a room. It’s a big decision and you’ll have to stick with it for a long time so it better be a good one. The interior design has to match the user’s personality and preferences. If you have a bubbly personality and you want to have a happy and vibrant room, then you should take a look at Marielle & Simon’s “Citrus Pop” room.

We only have the pictures representing this particular room so we have no idea how the rest of the house looks like but that’s not important. Let’s take a look and see what makes this room so special. First of all, the name is very appropriate. The room is vibrant and colorful and the décor really pops-up. The colors used are tones of orange, yellow, pink, brown, dark blue and some combinations.

curious. The owners, Marielle and Simon, decided to create a bright and vibrant atmosphere and they chose to do that by using colors. What I really like about the room is that cozy rug that connects everything and helps create a uniform design. I also like how they managed to add some contrast by using those art pieces in dark blue.{found on apartmentteraphy}


Published by in Interiors, on November 16th, 2011

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