Architects Stamberg Aferiat + Associates built this Shelter Island house in New York in pops of color. The interior is reminiscent of plasticine figures that children usually make, as it is a very original architectural project with amazingly colorful interiors. The main room is very cheerful – a pink wall, red armchairs, a green ceiling, an orange outside wall. The bedroom is also lively thanks to a fun flower wall, bright yellow walls, and orange bedside tables. The house turned out to be crazy and very bright, but I don’t know if it’s normal to live in such a place because there is too much color, but if you love the tropical color scheme, give it a try!