I love paint, it’s the easiest way to update a space and it can make a big impact on a low budget. The battle as a designer is always getting people to move away from builders beige and towards more vibrant colours. When I saw how far these homeowners took their paint choices and composition I didn’t know what to think. Are these houses worthy of a standing O or a head tilt?
…. Definitely a slow clap for making life more interesting.
Rainbow House; located in San Fransisco on Clipper St.
Guy who loves 101 dalmatians movies. Not a guess, fact published in the Telegraph.
Former G.I Joe? Pure guess, based on very little.
This was apparently a wedding gift to a newly wed couple – which was revealed when they got back from their honeymoon. haha! Good friends?
The the unofficial Burberry house; Artist Jens Werner Andersen from Norway painted his house in Burberry pattern. He apparently woke up one day and thought it would be a fun idea.
Above: The borough of Delfshaven, Rotterdam – derelict building was to be demolished, painted blue prior to demo and has since turned into an overnight sensation.
Below: As a big fan of installation art I was drawn to these two locations because they brought a unique twist to these predictable roads.
Location: Vercorin, Switzerland created by installation artist Lang Bauman.
Ready.Steady. Go! project Location: Graz, Austria.
During Design Month Graz 2010 the project „Ready. Steady. Go!“ by architects Sandra Janser and Elisabeth Koller won the first prize in the design competition for the installation of a visual frame in the Jakomini district.
(Images: www.onlineweblibrary.com, www.thetelegraph.co.uk, www.archdwell.com, www.deezen.com)