I was archiving my way though some old House Beautifuls and came across this cozy LA bungalow. I love the happy nature of the space, and also admire Moises Esquenazi's design philosophy.
He believes bigger isn't always better and that small spaces can in fact take a bold pop of color for both the walls and the fabrics.
Take a look at some images of his bungalow.
What a happy, energetic space, right?! I decided to check out more of his work and loved everything I saw. Color junkies- be prepared to swoon!
I think his use of color is so successful for two reasons; first, he employs pure, saturated colors that add a modern pop. Second, he uses one broad stroke of color, which also adds a modern and cohesive feel to his spaces.
Are you as bold with color? Or do you gravitate toward neutrals with smaller pops of bright color?
*All images via House Beautiful or Moises Esquenazi & Associates.