Bring the big outdoors in!
Fuchsia and pink frame this natural wood door perfectly ?
Pink and white tucked away in a picturesque Maltese alley.
Simple is often best.
Definitely an original combination of lime and blue. Correction, cerulean ?
Cream, white and magnolia having a lovely old time basking in the bright Maltese sun ?
Peaches and cream? Oh yes please! Can anyone guess where we found this fruity icing dream?
Clean lines and crisp colours giving new life to a centuries-old house.
Cream and white make a super pair for this village house tucked away in an old Maltese village.
We love this blue, only we couldn’t decide which blue it is! Is it sky, lapis, lilac or any other kind?
Cream, sky-blue and custard – the perfect combination for a bright summer morning.
Severe and serious with this elegant shade of grey. Even the door looks like it’s frowning!
Old-school vibes with this dusky-pink door frame. Adding foliage just makes it perfect.
Sometimes simple’s best. This smart whitewash balances the brilliant blue of the door.
Hidden away in the backstreets we found this interesting colour combination!
Some pretty cream and white layering going on here ??
Is it orange? Is it terracotta? We love it either way.
Good morning sunshine! What a sunny facade to wake up to.
Can anyone guess where we snapped this?
Is it grey? Is it white? Is it lela? Is it lilac? Who cares!
It’s the perfect accompaniment to this pretty door.
We all love a bougainvillea (apart from the poor soul who has to prune it!).
All the colours used for this lovely house frame it perfectly.
Using light colours to balance out a bright splash of colour
on apertures brings a lovely sense of balance to this Siġġiewi home.
Sometimes neutral is simply the best.
Earthy colours and a natural wood door – we love it.
The fancy knockers may be a distraction, but the white and sand colours complement this navy door to a T!
How about this rich blue for a perfect addition to greenery?
We snapped this right before sunset.
What a soothing mix of grey and green!
Beige needn’t be boring
– this wouldn’t be out of place in a New Mexico hacienda!
Any guesses as to where this cream, white and navy beauty can be found?
The perfect use of nature to soften
the severity of this elegant monochrome facade.
Is it yellow? Is it cream? Is it beige?
Who cares, it’s pretty and that’s all that counts.
How’s that for some fancy ironwork?
Framed by subtle shades of beige and pink to complete the 60’s look.
Dijon, wholegrain and English
– we love this mix of mustards.
We couldn’t think of a better house name
for this retro gem.
Would you like cream or milk with your teal?
How about both!
Even saints need some TLC from time to time. Check out St Nicholas
by the Siġġiewi parish church in his bright blue niche.
We’ve travelled all the way to Rabat, Gozo for this
mid-century monochrome marvel.
Layers of beautiful colours brightening up
Malta’s villages – we’re in love.
We love this colour so much we asked the lovely lady
who lives there if we could shoot it for our
Summer campaign. Doesn’t it look great?
How about a bit of strawberry ripple to
brighten up your day?
Keeping things simple in Balzan with white and cream alongside a rich teal door.
Sometimes beauty lies in imperfection.
Who knows what stories lie behind these honey-coloured walls?
Layered-up gorgeousness in this
Cream, white and turquoise with Balzan blossoms.
Almost too perfect to be true
Who knew that monochrome could still be so charming?
We found this postmodernist gem tucked away in a quiet street in the Three Villages.
Plums and custard!
Do any of you recognise which picturesque village we found this delicious house in?
Summer nights may be over, but this warm outdoor space will keep us entertaining
well into crisp autumn evenings.
How’s this for a quick and cheap garden fix? Dark grey blue paint, pallets and cushion
Go bold or go home with this shade of gunmetal grey for your outdoor space,
no matter how small it is.
How’s this for a luxury bathroom?
The forest green wall really helps make this small enclosure a peaceful haven.
Give your garden some Hispanic zing and give a wall the terracotta treatment
to complement the foliage and furniture
Yes indeed! And it works so well
just soften it with foliage and wood tones and you’re onto a winner!
Not a fan of bright external walls?
Go for a demure neutral, amped up with fun pops of colour in the doorway!
Is your backyard boring you?
Jazz it up with a little decking
and a pop of colour.
It’s the little things, the hidden treasures, that make Malta one of a kind.
Oh, that chair… Plastic perfection against that blue.
Don’t you agree?
Calling all scrooges – who’s dying for summer already?
Dare we dream about summer yet?
This moroccan-inspired outdoor oasis
has us planning this year’s decor project
a little earlier than usual!
As Maltese, we love a little Mediterranean
inspiration for our outdoor spaces. Which Mediterranean
country does this remind you of?
Little Italy, right in your back garden!
Too timid for coloured walls?
Stick to bright white and make
it pop with colourful accessories!
Accent walls don’t have to be huge – this patio
boundary wall makes for a great feature, don’t you think?
Cover the red wall with your hand…
The space just doesn’t look as good without it, does it?
Spotted: This cow’s head ornament that we want in our backyard.
Are you maximising your courtyard space?
It’s a great outdoor spot that’s usually ignored!
What we wouldn’t give to be here right now. Would you go for this colour in your pool area?
What is your favorite part of your daily routine?
Ours has something to do with this photo…
Think beer in the backyard after a lazy lie-in on a Sunday morning.
Your backyard has been good to you – why not have it look good?
This outdoor space makes us think of summer siestas and sangria pitchers…
It’s a small terrace, but makes a big impression.
View more photos of this great outdoor space here.
You see, we’re having a yellow moment at Sigma HQ.
We’re convinced that it deserves a spot among the other go-to wall colours!
Find out more here.