Kim has sung the praises of Géraldine Prieur of Rouge Absolu before and I just had to share a few more of her intense colour schemes. Brave, bold and brilliant. (If you check Kim’s post you’ll notice that the first pink room was once eau de nil and purple. I’m torn but I think I like this pink version better.)
Like cotton candy come to life, a Footscray apartment by Melbourne-based BoardGrove Architects is splashed with the “it” colour Millennial Pink, the perfect counterpoint to its austere concrete shell. As sweet as sweet can be.
Colour, pattern, quirkiness. Style, finesse and personality. It’s playful. It’s sophisticated. It’s fabulous. I can’t think of a better way to start the new year on Desire to Inspire than this North London home by Australian born, London based designer Peter Mikic.
I spotted this home on Architectural Digest Spain yesterday and had to share because I am looking for bolder colour ideas for my dining room and THIS IS IT!!! Designed by Maximiliano Crovato, this 60 m2 home in São Paulo uses pinks throughout and they are absolutely stunning shades of a sort of dusty coral pink and a brighter fuschia shade. Paired with purple and red accents, it’s bold and unexpected and super fabulous!
This is such a pretty home by Calgary interior designer and hot on the Canadian interiors media scene Alykhan Velji. Timeless and classic with accents in blue and pink, these spaces are bright and functional and could easily be changed up winter/summer or if you simply want a new colour accent.