Multicolor and Contemporary Interior in Portugal
Hello, interior lovers! With spring-like mood, let’s revitalize our vision with vivid and appetizing colors! Take a look at this contemporary flair, which is hidden behind 400-square-meter renovated townhouse in 19th century building. House is designed by Pedro Gadanho in Portugal.
Strong and unexpectedly highlighted lines, minimal but new forms scream about contemporary interior. Polished colorful surfaces contrast nicely with lacquered wooden floor. Here, I am stunned about this fitted library into the room space. I bet this turquoise color brightens up Your mind and You could “eat” all those books with more pleasure. Kirsch bathroom also looks like built-in and it’s shower, I think, is penetrated into the next room. And looks like a pill! Stairs area looks so joyful, each step on that kind of color stairs, seems to smell like a bubble gum. Master bedroom is done in neutral colors; I mean only clean lines and sleek white furnishings. This space need some rest from those active colors. The main accent here is ceiling looking like a part of origami. What I will definitely took from this interior is heptagon wardrobe, I would place it on a different edge each week. Dinning room looks like cozy place for friends, and it’s so cool to be illuminated by lamp, looking like connected satellites.