Is it possible for a home's interior design to make you want to crave Fruit Roll-Ups? The Rainbow House in Hong Kong sure comes closer than any house I've ever seen before. Designed by Max Lam from the interior design firm Moderne, this green, yellow and red-stripped design runs continuously from room to room and is reminiscent of graphic patterns from the 60s and 70s.
While not technically a house, the "rainbow" in this 830-square-foot flat at The Cairnhill in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
spans from the living room to the dining room over walls and ceilings, thoroughly decorating its 11-foot ceiling before heading over the hidden room door. Quite frankly, who wouldn't want to live in this apartment?
Radiant Striped Abodes
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Studded Rainbow Seats
Rock-Sprawled Rainbow Beauties
Scrumptious Multi-Colored Desserts
Chromatic Casual Footwear
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