Written By Simon Kleban on Monday, March 18, 2013 | 10:06 AM
Architect + Associates Aferiat Stamberg's Shelter Island home built in New York in bursts of color. The interior makes you think plasticine figures that usually makes the child because it is a very original architectural project with colorful interiors are stunning. The main room is very cheerful - pink walls, red chairs, green roof, outside walls orange. The bedroom is agile because cute floral wall, bright yellow walls and orange nightstands. The house turned out to be crazy and very bright, but I do not know if it's normal to live in because of the color too much, but if you love tropical color scheme, try this!
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