Clearly these two don't shy away from color. The super bold palette of yellows and greens (and pink in Paula's dressing room!) feels like a fitting celebration of the love, determination and sweat that Paula and Brian invested in their home.
Our favorite details of their place include: Paula and Brian's great collection of original artwork; the circle rugs dotting their long hallway which playfully lure you from one end of the condo to the other; the painted grey kitchen floor; the soothing kitchen combination of shiny white cabinets with soft green walls; their use of primarily secondhand furniture; and of course, their fearless use of saturated wall colors.
Style: Mix of Minimalist Modern, IKEA, and second-hand finds
Favorite Element: Original art work and 9 foot ceilings
Biggest Challenge: Trying to make 910 square feet seem bigger than 910 square feet.
What Friends Say: "You really like bright colors."
Biggest Embarrassment: The office is still a dumping ground for clutter after nearly 4 years — we haven't done anything to that room yet, it is the final frontier.
Proudest DIY: Designing the kitchen ourselves.
Biggest Indulgence: Instant boiling filtered water faucet in the kitchen.
Best advice: Always overestimate cost and time.
Art over couch in living room: Jeff Perrott
Wall hanging in foyer: Sheila Pepe
Kitchen artwork: Richard Anuszkiewicz
Bedroom artwork: Brian Zink (Images: Kyle Freeman) We've had amazing response to our Apartment Therapy House Tour Submission Form. While we will work with homeowners of our favorite homes to feature full tours, we will also share the best as House Calls — short, quick tours of readers' homes. Submit your home here.