When it comes to color blocking, we’ve got just about every topic covered. From clocks to cookies to candles, there’s no shortage of color around here. Here are the 10 best color blocked interiors and exteriors, straight from the archives of Brit + Co!
1. Spanish Color Blocking: First up, a building that almost looks too good to not be digital. The richness of each literal color block is astounding. (via Trendland)
2. Color-Blocked Home: This looks like a home right out of a Wes Anderson movie, where each room fits an entirely different personality. (via Design*Sponge)
3. Bright Blue Pops: Cue up Eiffel 65’s ’90s classic Blue, and enjoy all the surprisingly blue moments in this interior. Our favorite part? The blue stag! (via Jurnal de Design Interior)
4. Haight Street: The rich colors and hues on Haight Street never fail to impress, and we’re not just talking about the buildings ;) (via Place Spill)
5. Yellow Walls: Yellow walls are definitely a bold move in the home, but this space pulls it off beautifully. We especially love the contrasting pieces of furniture that create their own blocks of color throughout the room. (via Apartment Therapy)
6. Ettore Sottsass Memphis Design: It’s probably time for us to make a pilgrimage to this beautiful home. Designed by post-modernist Memphis Group architect Ettore Sottsass, it is our dream workshop space. (via Essential Architecture)
7. Multi-Colored Storage: We need to make this happen at Brit HQ like… yesterday. It would be a great way to keep craft supplies organized with a color coding system. (via Poppytalk + Wohnidee)
8. Neon Blocks: The neon hues on this building are outrageous, and we like it. (via Flickr)
9. Color-Blocked Illumination: Can’t spring for painting an entire exterior? Why not light it up with a little temporary color blocking action? (via Sara Russell Interiors)
10. Hot Pink Kitchen Floor: Dear Hot Pink Kitchen Floor, We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. We are obsessed with you. Love, Brit + Co. (via The Kitchn)
Which of these looks might inspire to add a splash of color to your home? Talk to us in the comments below.