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Trending on Remodelista: Color Confidence

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Trending on Remodelista: Color Confidence

January 14, 2022

Remodelista reminded us this week that just because the palette outside our windows right now is dreary doesn’t mean it has to be this way inside our homes.

&#8\2\20;Spotted, admired, and bookmarked for future palette inspiration: a poetic little carriage house in central Hackney, on the outskirts of London, that uses color in ways both surprising and subtle.&#8\2\2\1; Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from Subtle Colors in a Former Victorian Carriage House in Hackney.
Above: “Spotted, admired, and bookmarked for future palette inspiration: a poetic little carriage house in central Hackney, on the outskirts of London, that uses color in ways both surprising and subtle.” Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from Subtle Colors in a Former Victorian Carriage House in Hackney.
Above: “Some of our readers ask for more color in the spaces we feature,” writes Julie. “Here are a few strategic moves that don’t require a commitment to full-on, full-blown, color-everywhere interiors.” See 5 Favorites: A Dash of Color via Utilitarian Fixtures and Fittings.
Above: Clean lines, bold colors, and impeccable plywood cabinetry are the hallmarks of this project. Photograph by Jocelyn Low for Uncommon Projects, from Kitchen of the Week: A Vibrant Family Kitchen in North London.
Fanciful ceramics from a French potter. See Object of Desire: Whimsical Painted Plates by a French Ceramicist.
Above: Fanciful ceramics from a French potter. See Object of Desire: Whimsical Painted Plates by a French Ceramicist.

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