This Bubblegum-Pink Home Is a Plush Playground for Three Lucky Cats

A furry swing and a playful pink palette combine in a whimsical feline-friendly home by the sea.

Terrazzo surfaces flecked with pink and a stainless steel mobile/staircase provide cool sleeping areas for the cats in the summertime.

With careers in graphic design and fashion, the Yehs have cultivated a passion for bold and unusual design. So, when Ms. Yeh decided she wanted a seaside holiday home in Taiwan’s Miaoli County, the couple enlisted the help of Taipei-based KC design—the same firm that crafted the Yehs’ compact studio apartment in New Taipei City a few years prior.

In contrast to the eclectic design of Residence Yeh, the design firm opted for a completely different and more cohesive design approach for the new three-story retreat. At three times the size of the couple’s city apartment, the 1,550-square-foot holiday home centers on two main themes—a dominant pink palette to reflect Ms. Yeh’s favorite color, and a feline-friendly interior for her three cats.

The couple are avid toy and art collectors. Most of large paintings and sculptures seen around the house are designed by Taiwanese artist No2Good 不二良 .

The couple are avid toy and art collectors. Most of large paintings and sculptures seen around the house are designed by Taiwanese artist No2Good 不二良 .

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“The whole house uses pink as the main design axis,” says KC Design Studio. “To build a pure pink space, we used pink mineral paint as the base of the walls and ceiling and selected different materials in natural colors to compose a mixed style.”

“For the ceiling dome above the cooking area, the exaggerated style and pattern add whimsy to the space and conceal the required equipment and piping,” explains the firm.

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A peek at the powder room off to the side of the kitchen.

A peek at the powder room off to the side of the kitchen.

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