The reason why we love these cute multicolored houses is obvious. They not only offer a wide range of bright rainbow colors, but lend a different cityscape perspective with an irresistible allure.
So whenever you’re ready to have a holiday photography that’s remind you of happy times and great memories, check out these destinations for the most enchanting and best colorful homes around the world with us :
Located on the slopey area above the city center, Bo-Kaap is one of the oldest and the most fascinating residential areas in the South African city of Cape Town. Characterized by brightly colored homes and romantic cobble-stoned streets, it’s easy to get into cheerful moods in the instant here.
The colors of Bo-kaap decorate both sides of the street and is a way to celebrate the district’s identity. Dominated by Muslim community, the vivid colors was their way to prepare for the holy Eid. But instead of white, they opted for the eye catching colors as a sign happy innovation.
The Cinque Terre is a cultural landscape of great panorama and cultural value. It consist of the five beautiful hillside towns that each come with gorgeous surrounding landscape. Geographically, Cinque Terre makes for the perfect photography spot - all thanks to its uneven terrain and sloppy contour that is home to genuine and colorful local houses.
Individually, these homes come with a personality of their own but collectively, they paint a picture of a beautiful history and a special ruggedness that make Cinque Terre even more special.
The disposition of the small villages and the shaping of the surrounding landscape, overcoming the disadvantages of a steep, uneven terrain, encapsulate the continuous history of human settlement in this region over the past millennium.
Whatever color you have in mind, there’s a big chance that Copenhagen has it in the form of the most charming house. There are plenty of residential areas in Copenhagen that come in delicious shades. Not only are they captivating in colors, these houses are decked in quirky and fun exteriors that the area becomes a tourist spot on its own!
So next time when you’re in Copenhagen, make time to visit the crooked storeys of Sofiegade, the popular blue house in Larslejsstræde or the impressive Nyhavn by the river. We promise, it’s going to be worth your while.
London is one of our most favorite towns because of its ever-evolving style. People are quick to adapt and express themselves in many art forms, including the appearance of their homes. More and more homeowners are painting their houses and doors to create a beautiful neighborhood that puts a smile on your face.
What makes it even more interesting is the lovely structure of these London houses that are glamorous and adorable at the same time. From the black steel fences to the little steps that lead up the entrance, the neat rainbow rows of London houses are magical, awe-inspiring and always waiting to be captured.