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Trending on Remodelista: A Little Color Goes a Long Way

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Trending on Remodelista: A Little Color Goes a Long Way

February 17, 2024

This week’s offerings from Remodelista proves that small but strategic color decisions in the home can have big impact.

In a neutral kitchen, the yellow faucet is a delightful surprise. Photograph by Jenn Verrier, courtesy of Fowlkes Studio, from Modern Design Meets the Center-Hall Colonial: A Washington D.C. House Gets a Bright New Guise.
Above: In a neutral kitchen, the yellow faucet is a delightful surprise. Photograph by Jenn Verrier, courtesy of Fowlkes Studio, from Modern Design Meets the Center-Hall Colonial: A Washington D.C. House Gets a Bright New Guise.
Do you know about the &#8\2\20;Unexpected Red Theory&#8\2\2\1;? Read about it in The Unexpected Red Theory: Yay or Nay? Photograph by Jonathan Hökklo for Remodelista.
Above: Do you know about the “Unexpected Red Theory”? Read about it in The Unexpected Red Theory: Yay or Nay? Photograph by Jonathan Hökklo for Remodelista.
A green lacquered wall is a maximalist antidote to a minimalist apartment. Photograph by Mary Gaudin, from Multiplying Light and Space: A Compact Paris Apartment with a Vintage Quality.
Above: A green lacquered wall is a maximalist antidote to a minimalist apartment. Photograph by Mary Gaudin, from Multiplying Light and Space: A Compact Paris Apartment with a Vintage Quality.

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