Yellow is such a warm, happy color and when you see what amazing things that professional interior designers can do with it, you begin to realize that any color can look great in your home when used the right way. Design Shuffle has provided some fantastic photos and ideas for using an accent color like yellow in your home.
Hi, I’m Susi, a writer for Design Shuffle, a fantastic social media site for design professionals and design lovers to showcase their projects and find inspiration for the next project. Michelle was kind enough to ask me and Design Shuffle to visit Home Decorating News to write a guest post about yellow as a color inspiration. I'll be honest and say I'm a latecomer to the love of yellow. Maybe it is the red hair, but for years I swore I didn't like yellow. But seeing great interior designs featuring sunny yellow mixed with other colors, like grays and whites, made me a convert.
Yellow for home décor ranges from pale butter to marigold to mustards and golds. The paler the color the less intense the energy it will create in the room.
Bright yellow as an accent brings sunny cheer to this all white living space. A few accent pillows and accessories keep the palette feeling mostly white with splashes of bright color.
This more traditional living room has more subtle yellows incorporated into the design. Yellow striped upholstery on the chairs is similar in tone to the neutral sofas. Gold accents add further warmth to the warm.
Buttery yellow in a kitchen paired with blue and white is a classic French country palette. Yellow with blue and white accents can work in most interior design styles.
Yellow is great in a bathroom, especially all white bathrooms. It adds color without being too dramatic. Creamy yellow walls are also a flattering color for walls.
Mustard yellows are more intense and can work well with vintage and mid-century décor. This isn't quite the Harvest Gold of the 70s but it is a yellow that has a lot of brown in it.
For those in search of decorating ideas for contemporary bedrooms, this one is for you. Brighter yellow has a more modern feeling to it. Paired with black and white, this bright color looks more chic than bumble-bee.
I love yellow paired with gray or lavender; there is something sublime about the combination. Yellow on the floor and walls behind the bookcase wrap the room in cheerful color. Images ( 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 ) Shuffle on over to Design Shuffle, to gain inspiration and connect with a variety of interior designers, including San Francisco interior designers and Boston interior designers!
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