Modern homes with distinctively bright color themes

This lovely 110 square meter apartment is the work of architect Ivan Yunakov and consists of a semi-open living and kitchen arrangement with two private bedrooms accessible through the hallway.

The living areas feature bright natural colors – blue, yellow, olive green, and just a hint and mauve – against a backdrop of sleek wood and light gray paint.

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Note how the focal points in the dining room and living room use highly saturated colors while the sofa and hallway feature soft pastel tones for a more relaxing appeal.

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Extra color accents spice up the kitchen. Red and pink join the other colors to create an even more diverse theme, bringing a playful character to an otherwise all-wood kitchen design.

Chic and relaxing – the master bedroom changes up the color palette to a more analogous theme ranging the spectrum from blue to purple to lavender. It’s charismatic but not overly “hyper”.

You may have noticed the glass-walled closet tucked away in the far corner in one of the previous photos of this room. Here’s a closer look! Black and white shelves allow the clothing to make its mark on the design.

 

Now for the child’s bedroom – a cheerful space decorated with a mix of bright pastels with vivid yellow accents. Fun geometric themes appear in the hexagonal rug and fun wood block shelves.

 

The compact bathroom makes a dramatic impression with large patterned tiles. These colors are far more subdued than the other interior accent themes: an appropriate choice for such a small space.

 

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