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Photography by @SHEARASOL

These colorful buildings break away from the bland and embrace the bold, making quite an argument for a bright hued exterior. 

@shearasol captured a rainbow over this hot pink home in Malaysia!

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Photography by @MATTCRUMP

This gorgeous block in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico has us reconsidering the color palette of our homes.

Photo by @mattcrump

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Painted Ladies aside, Haight Street in San Francisco offers some of the most colorful Victorian-style houses in the city.

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We love how the pale red exterior is accentuated by the bright red, blue, and yellow tile patterns on the balconies and windows of this home in Ljubljana, Slovenia. 

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The Dan Tel Aviv Hotel incorporates all the colors of the rainbow on its Instagram-worthy façade.

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Breakwater on South Beach in Miami has got to be one of our favorite buildings! The art deco-inspired hotel boasts beachfront views and an impeccably color blocked exterior.

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Built on a steep hill in Valparaíso, Chile, the architect of Lofts Yungay incorporated bright colors into his design to soften the appearance of the building’s upward crawl. 

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The bright blue exterior of Hotel Casa Miguel in Chefchaouen, Morocco is one truly special, hidden gem.

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Brilliant turquoise shutters paired with the orange, wrought iron details complete this New Orleans classic. 

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This multi-colored gem in Singapore’s Little India is more or less the home version of a rainbow.

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Perhaps one of the most colorful cities in Italy, Cinque Terre arguably boasts some of the most animated buildings in the world.

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The homes on this Louisiana block prove that painting a home’s exterior with complementary hues can look good.

Photo via @dsicre

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Along Copenhagen’s harbor, a row of eclectically-colored buildings contribute a light and cheery element to the area. 

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Orange may be the more underrated color for a building exterior, though it certainly provides this Florida residence with irresistible charm.

Photo via @khodifeiz

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Although it’s not completely covered in color, this home in Barcelona incorporates just enough of it to stand out amongst the rest.

Photo via @not_monroe

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Photography by @MATTCRUMP

If all the buildings in Punta Cana are this colorful, consider our next vacation to the Dominican Republic booked! 

Photo by @mattcrump

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With thick stripes and a bright coat of paint, these vibrant beach houses in Costa Nova, Portugal don’t shy away from making a statement — and we absolutely love it! 

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A fresh coat of paint makes these color-coordinated German buildings look more welcoming.

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This colorfully geometric building is actually a bank in Tokyo!

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Even during the dreary winters of Wroclaw, Poland, these buildings manage to take center stage and bring a whole lot more color to the town.

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There is perhaps nothing better than a bright yellow building on a Miami beach.

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Photography by @NIKE_GOINGWEIRD

This German building isn’t afraid to use complementary colors to make a beautifully vivid statement. 

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Photography by CALEDONIAWORLDWIDE.COM

Havana, Cuba knows exactly what to do when it comes to bright building exteriors. 

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This neon colored canal has us wishing we were in Portofino right about now. 

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Reminiscent of a Lego tower, the Carabanchel Building in Madrid makes a name for itself with a color block façade.