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Take a peek at our favorite yellow doors from around the web. As an interior or exterior accent, this bright hue is bound to shake up your home with color. For more paint and color ideas and home design trends go to Domino.

The Alaloum Cafe in Athens is a dream come true for all the kids at heart out there – it takes the idea of a board game cafe to a whole new level!  Pass go and be forever young!  - https://www.jovoto.com/blog/creatives/interior-design-and-architecture-around-the-world/?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=cm16pincontent&utm_medium=social&utm_content=80days

Interior of "Alaloum Board Game" cafe was created by specialists from "Triopton Architects" studio. The theme of the interior are board games what you can

Bonton | Paris awesome counter store front

This is an awesome store front counter in Bonton, Paris. DIY this retail counter with a little bit of chalkboard paint.

Behind the bar storage terrain at styer's, glen mills, pa. i love the tables and counters and their different heights and i love the baskets and cases and i like those cupboards, especially with the dark wall behind them.

Painted pallets

Pallets have become the mainstay for creating inexpensive storage, furniture, decoration for home or retail display. These boxes made from pallets are a cheep, cheep way to make lifts for display. The best part of using the pallet boxes is that they can

Here's the coffee bar. A cappuccino and super delicious chocolate/apricot/sesame shortbread cookie will set you back 45 SEK, or about $6.75. Even if you don't end up staying at the hotel while you're in Stockholm, definitely stop in for a coffee and marvel in the cafe's design. Don't miss a word of Dwell! Download our  FREE app from iTunes, friend us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter!

The Scandic Grand Central, Stockholm

Blending two Nordic and Moorish cultures, Moroccan-inspired tile lines the floors in the cafe at Stockholm's Scandic Grand Central hotel. Courtesy of © Patrik Lindell. This originally appeared in The Scandic Grand Central, Stockholm.