Suppose Design Uses Color to Keep Control
Interior design site Chictip found this house by Japan’s very prolific Suppose Design. You know even from the outside that a restrained exuberance in colors will rule inside too. It is a very Japanese aesthetic.
Color is used as demarcation, to organize the different areas and uses for each part of the house. Alcoves are color-coded for each purpose.
The heart of the home, the kitchen, is marked off in bright red. I don’t think this red makes me feel hungry…
exactly, but it certainly calls for alertness and attention in putting together the night’s meal after a day at the office. It will serve to keep a tired commuter awake long enough to make something wholesome to eat.
Performing the day’s ablutions organized by these cooling and refreshing limes would be a joy.
Time to relax. Throughout , these clear and ringing colors control and organize the day’s decisions to keep you from getting off track.
This soothing deep purple signals that the day is nearly over. This part of the house is for quiet talks as the day closes.
Looks like there might be a bedtime story to read first.