Interior designer Justina Blakeney created this yellow space for YP at Dwell on Design Los Angeles 2015, showing that a room filled with a single continuous color can be comfortable and inviting.
The surrounding, rolling landscape of this Malibu home influenced designer Bruce Bolander’s use of green on the cabinets and appliances in this kitchen.
In the upper-level bathroom of a 19th-century duplex in Brooklyn, bright blue scalloped tiles, glazed and fired by the homeowner, cover the walls and ceiling.
Suites at the La Plage Casadelmar hotel in Corsica are adorned with armchairs by Zanusso in two custom colorways. The purple version pairs with a lavendar rug and complementary wood cabinets.
Inside the Wibowo house in Puyallup, Washington, beneath Mount Ranier, the space is spare but infused with color because "painting is the cheapest way to decorate." Twelve-year-old Tabitha's room is pink.
A surprise given its lively, bright exterior, this little red house in Seattle's sleepy Central District features natural plywood interiors.
The interior of Jonathan Adler and Simon Donnan's Shelter Island vacation home is decorated with a combination of vintage finds and Adler's own designs, which include orange-tinted Oatmeal grass cloth wallpaper and a bright orange Whitaker chair and ottoman.