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I adore this fluorescent citrine yellow doorway and the muted light gray on the fence (Disney calls this color "noseeum" in their parks), plus the Neutra house numbers of course! Townhouse development in Pennsylvania, designed by Materiality Office, pallette by muralist Dorian La Padura.

Here I always thought I'd like a red door ... turns out yellow and patina is the way to go.

Psychologists say the color yellow is a brain stimulant, so what could be more appropriate for a school door? The contrast with the dark brick wall makes this one stand out even more! According to photographer Michele Marzocchi, every door in this street was painted a different shade. “A nice chromatic effect!” she says, and we couldn’t agree more. What a colorful place to take a walk!

I wish it were practical to paint the door as the seasons change. This is a Christmas door, but I would totally rock a yellow door for spring!

This is very cool, simple block colours in an interesting palate, might be less controversial, especially if the palate was quite muted, but still very striking, no? "Coloured Building #2" by SnapperOrgans (Paul Trunley)

Ughhh I wanna do this to my apartment so bad! That might be pushing it with my landlady though.. haha.

and when the paint fades and the walls crack...I will still be there

Such sweet windows. Location: Slovenia Photo: Andrea Dixon. Flickr user Studio6or7

Turquoise and yellow floral decoration. Photographer: Darwin Bell

Makes me wonder what stories are on the inside.

Neals Yard......THAT OLE NEAL SURE KNOWS HOW TO BRIGHTEN UP THE NEIGHBORHOOD, HUH???......ccp