This colour-pop home reaches the height of modernism, although its architectural framework dates back to the 1960s. Dubbed the 'Polychrome House,' the structure underwent extensive renovations that transformed the layout, edging it into contemporary styles. In addition, the building expresses character by way of its artistic merit. The color-pop home features a striking abstract wall mural, as well as some sculptural and vivid furnishing options. Other highlights include a yellow bookcase, a contemporary wood burner, as well as some poufs in orange and sea green.
The color-pop home enjoys an open concept layout for the living areas, enhancing communication between spaces and allowing the artistic interior to be considered as a whole. Primary colors are identified as "the heartbeat of the joyful experience."
Photo Credits: Prue Ruscoe