Steal This Look: Citrine Door
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I am on the verge of a very serious fixation on citrine yellow, and this neon doorway just pushed me over the edge. Spotted on Arch Daily , American Street Houses is a townhouse development in Pennsylvania, designed by Materiality Office . The metal exteriors are enlivened by bright doors in a palette contributed by muralist Dorian La Padura. N.B.: For more citrine, see our post: Pin to Win: Remodelista Color Boards . Above: At American Street Houses, the colors come from Dorian La Padura (whose paintings are also featured at OK Store in Los Angeles). Photograph by Greg Benson . Above: Fluorescent Brushable Paint ; £29.90 per liter at The UV Centre (international shipping available). Another option is Krylon's lemon-yellow Fluorescent Spray Paint ; $5.39 from Amazon. Pictured here is Cellulosic Fluorescent Yellow Paint , which is typically used on surf boards; $90.35 per liter from Viral Surf. Above: Neutra House Numbers ; $48 each at Design Within Reach. Above: Atomic Cast Guard Sconce , shown here in a galvanized finish, is $133 from Barn Light Electric. Above: The Maine Float-Rope Co. Medium Doormat is made from lobster-trap rope; prices start at $49.95. Above: The wooden fences are painted in a subtle sage gray, similar to Pigeon from Farrow & Ball; $85 per gallon.