Six Ways To Use This Trendy Color In Your Home
Here's how we're embracing the color of the year.
Published Jun 4, 2017 1:15 PM
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We’re all for a more natural approach to decorating with yellow. Think along the lines of bowls of fresh fruit or florals. Bonus points for pairing it with an exclusively whitewashed scheme.
An accent piece is best done in an outspoken tone. As you may feel hard pressed to invest in a piece of furnishing in such a bold tone, a good alternative would be to DIY a project of your own. Browse local flea markets or vintage shops, and revamp your finds with a fresh coat of paint. We’re loving the way this cheery shade of yellow further contributes to the eclectically decked backdrop of this charming room.
Decorative accents such as pillows and throws are an ideal method for testing the waters in decorating with yellow. We found this cozy nook in Paper & Stitch’s colorful studio, where a basic trio of bold tones – blush, blue, and yellow- meld together in effortless harmony. Swap out various pieces depending on the season, sticking to a complementary palette to achieve a cohesive finish.
Impart the dining room or kitchen table with a pop of color, designating a bright shade of yellow for the chairs. Pair the look with maple wood furnishings and sleek white accent pieces. Work with a complementary palette, to offset the vibrance of the yellow. Here, a navy blue credenza balances out the bright yellow chairs with effortless perfection.
Think of the little ones’ space as the ideal spot to experiment with vibrant colors. This mini room makeover featured a spectrum of warm tones, highlighted by pops of yellow and fierce color blocks.
Ahh, what’s summer sans a spot like this? Carve out a nook outdoors to make the most of the warm-weather months ahead. A hammock in a vibrant shade should go without saying.
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