There’s Random Color Blocking Throughout This Otherwise All White Apartment

Design Detail: Random Color Blocking Throughout An All White Barcelona Apartment

Photography by VICUGO FOTO

 

All white interiors are a standard choice in contemporary design, however, too much white and not enough color can make a space feel cold and unwelcoming.

 

Design Detail: Random Color Blocking Throughout An All White Barcelona Apartment

Photography by VICUGO FOTO

To find a happy medium, Egue y Seta, the designers of this apartment in Barcelona, randomly color blocked small areas throughout the otherwise all white space.


Design Detail: Random Color Blocking Throughout An All White Barcelona Apartment

Photography by VICUGO FOTO

Using bright colors, like yellow, blue, and green, they injected the apartment with a fun vibe – reflective of the young family living in it.


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Photography by VICUGO FOTO

Although the majority of the walls remain white, the use of an easy and inexpensive method to include pops of color brings the apartment to life, and creates a space that feels cheerful and inviting.


Design Detail: Random Color Blocking Throughout An All White Barcelona Apartment

Photography by VICUGO FOTO

Here you can see how they color blocked a section of the wall green in the bedroom.


Design Detail: Random Color Blocking Throughout An All White Barcelona Apartment

Photography by VICUGO FOTO

And hidden on the top row of the kitchen shelving, is a tiny color blocked section of yellow.


Design Detail: Random Color Blocking Throughout An All White Barcelona Apartment

Photography by VICUGO FOTO

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Design Detail: Random Color Blocking Throughout An All White Barcelona Apartment

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