Ten Sunny Interiors That Benefit From The Color Of The Year 2023

for our latest see bookWe curated 10 interior designs to decorate with wild wonders After the paint brand Dulux The pale yellow color is named after him color of the year for the year 2023.

Dulux He describes Wild Wonder as “soft gold with hints of green” that speaks to people’s desire for a closer connection with nature and improved mental health in light of the recent period of turmoil.

“While people are looking for support, connection, inspiration and balance in the world today, they are diving into the wonders of the natural world to find them,” the brand explained.

“Wild Wonder is a positive, natural tone that, by connecting us to the natural world, can help us feel better in our homes.”

The upbeat color, reminiscent of ‘the kernels of fresh and harvested seeds,’ is particularly well suited to brightening living spaces – shown below in Barcelona duplex completely yellow and Renovated in the nineteenth century In Stockholm by Note Design Studio.

But the color can also be used to give a homely feel to commercial interiors, from a floating spa To the The church space turned into a co-working spaceIt is often contrasted with shades of dusty pink or deep red.

This is the latest in our series of search notebooks Providing curated visual inspiration from Dezeen’s photo archive. For more inspiration, see View Past Research Notebooks Residential lobbiesAnd the floating stairs And the Kitchens with polished granite countertops.

Hidden Hiues from Note Design Studio featuring Dulux Colors 2023 Wild Wonder
Photo by Note Design Studio

Hidden Tints, Sweden, by Note Design Studio

It is located in a 19th century building in Stockholmconceived by the Swedish practice of this cuisine Design studio note Fully Coated in Buttery Yellow Paint – Covers everything from walls and moldings to window frames.

“The color helps emphasize the splendor in the details of the architecture,” interior architect Sana Wolin told Dezeen. “In fact, the style of color in architecture in the old days was more courageous than what we see today. It deserves its place again!”

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Cubitts Eyewear Store Interior in Belgravia, London Designed by Child Studio featuring Dulux colors 2023 Wild Wonder
Photo by Felix Spiller

Cubitts Belgravia, UK, by Child Studio

baby studio He brought back many of the Georgian design features found in this 19th-century Belgrave home when converted into the brand’s eyewear store. qubits.

The London design firm painted its walls the chalky yellow so typical of the period and revealed the original floorboards to create an “intimate home atmosphere,” complete with a cast-iron fireplace installed in the front room.

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Duplex in Saint Gervasi by Arquitectura-G featuring the Dulux colors of 2023 Wild Wonder
Photo courtesy of Jose Hevia

Duplex in Sant Gervais, Spain, by Arquitectura-G

To make this double Apartment in Barcelona With intricate floor plan and shaded living spaces, feel more bright and spacious, local practice Arquitectura-G Introduce an all-yellow color scheme that stands out throughout the home.

It was also chosen for the metal mesh used to form the shelves in the kitchen, which is designed to provide storage without impeding sunlight reaching every corner of the space.

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Checkered yellow floor featuring Dulux Color 2023 Wild Wonder
Photo by Michael Lundblad

Banakadu Cafe, Sweden, from Aska

Swedish architectural firm asuka It aims to create a warm and calm atmosphere inside this all-day iftar Cafeusing sunny colors across its nostalgic checkerboard floors, storage walls and custom-made tables with built-in cutlery holders.

“To create an environment that feels harmonious, we work with subtle layering methods and consistent tone,” said Madeleine Klingspur, co-founder of ASKA. “The same yellow is used on walls, lamps, tables and floors, but in different scales and intensity.”

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Villa Noailles store designed by Pierre Jovanovic
Photo courtesy of Jerome Gallan

Villa Noailles gift shop, France, designed by Pierre Yovanovitch

When repairing the gift shop of the Art Center Villa Noailles in Provencefrench designer Pierre Yovanovitch Create a series of color block recesses to “dramatize” the way products are displayed.

The mature yellow backdrop of these wall niches stands in stark contrast to the salmon pink walls and cobalt blue trim, and is a nod to the garden of the “Cubist” villa designed by Armenian architect Gabriel Jeffikian.

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Origin Spa Geneva by Bureau
Photo courtesy of Dylan Brennod

Origin Spa, Switzerland, by the office

Blocks of pastel-colored tiles intertwine across the different surfaces of this floating spa Geneva. Color blocking is specifically designed to evoke the mysterious spots and flashes of color that can sometimes be seen behind closed eyes after looking at a light source.

The interior is designed to reflect the visuals that guests experience in SpaSensory deprivation cabinets, filled with warm salt water but completely devoid of light to give the feeling of floating in the weightless space.

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House of 13 square meters from Studiomama
Photo by Rei Moon

13 square meter house, UK, by Studiomama

Custom-made plywood furniture borders this tiny 13-square-meter home in a former small cabin office, “may be LondonThe smallest house “according to the engineer studiomama.

In addition to providing important storage space, light wood elements help create a cohesive interior, while functional areas such as built-in sliding doors are distinguished by patterns of soft yellow, pink, and blue.

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pastel color palette
Photo by Michael Lundblad

Salon Maria Nella, Sweden, by ASKA

Wavy shelves of hair products make their way around the perimeter of this salon By Swedish hair care brand Maria Nila in Stockholm To bring up the falling shampoo.

The stocking is offered in a pastel gradient color inspired by the brand’s packaging, which fades from pale pink to pale coffee and finally a pale yellow.

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Imarika store in Milan, designed by Marcante-Testa
Photo courtesy of Carola Ripamonti

Imarika Store, Italy, Designed by Marcante-Testa

Another interior design that showcases the perfect match between yellow and pink is this boutique MilanDesigned by Italian studio Marcante Testa.

Here, a daffodil color covers the walls, while pink terracotta has been used to make the baffles and rose-gold rods hold the glass shelves displaying the accessories.

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Ruby Street by Francesca de la Fuente and Holiday work studio
Photo courtesy of Candida Woolgemouth

Ruby Street, USA, by Francesca de la Fuente and Working Holiday Studio

Abstract mural of Los Angeles Artist Dakota Salt ties blue, pink and tan furnishings together in this A space for teamwork Pale yellow for wood-panelled walls and a rattan pendant light.

Called Ruby Street, the combined office and event space is housed in a former church in the city’s Highland Park neighborhood, where its stained-glass windows have been kept and paired with simple, contemporary furnishings.

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This is the latest in our series of search notebooks Providing curated visual inspiration from Dezeen’s photo archive. For more inspiration, see View Past Research Notebooks Residential lobbiesAnd the floating stairs And the Kitchens with polished granite countertops.

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