Its companion, a log cabin, is also quite nice, with the juxtaposition of the clear, bright pastels and white. They are two such different quilts, and yet make a pleasant pairing. This is what makes quiltmaking such an appealing craft, I think - the wide, wide variety of styles and techniques and design potential.
Note that they are hung in a stairwell, probably not ever subjected to direct sun, and probably not even bright sunlight. This will help preserve the colors and the strength of the fabrics.
The tiny bit of the quilt hung over the bannister is quite tantalizing, don't you think?