Published on February 11, 2016

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Opt for a pale marigold shade for a casual kitchen.

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Photography by @JEFFMINDELL

Best. Mantle. Ever.

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Photography by VOGUE AUSTRALIA

Paint a doorframe for a pop of color.

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Photography by @HOMESTOLOVEAU

Outdoor shower? Absolutely.

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Photography by DIANE HENDRIKX FOR AD MAGAZINE

This makes us want to ombre all of our walls.

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Photography by @JUSTINABLAKENEY

Pillows are an easy way introduce a small amount of yellow into any room.

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Painted cabinets make a bold statement.

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Photography by @THEJUNGALOW

Pale, midcentury chairs add to the bohemian feel of the room.

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Photography by @THEMAKERISTA

Take your fireplace from boring to bright with the swipe of a paintbrush.

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Photography by BECKY KIMBALL

If color isn’t your thing and you’re working from a minimalist palette, throw a yellow book on your coffee table.

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Photography by @FLEAMARKETFAB

We love how Jennifer Harrison of Flea Market Fab accented other bright colors in her living room with a subtle floor lamp.

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Photography by SKONAHEM.COM

The bold gray, yellow, and red color combo is the epitome of eclectic-chic.

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Photography by @TSGCHATTANOOGA

Nail the midcentury modern vibe with a pale marigold couch surrounded by muted accents.

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Photography by APARTMENTTHERAPY.COM

Yep, feel free to “go there” and paint your walls yellow.

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Photography by @JEFFMINDELL

Add more color to an already modern, colorful space by adding a statement lamp to your bedside table.

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Photography by ARMELLE HABIB FOR EST MAGAZINE

Adding pale paint to your desk drawers is a understated way to add life to a space.

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We love how these shelves pop against white walls and bookshelves.

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Photography by DECOSFERA.COM

Could this door be any more perfect?

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Pale yellow stools will make for cheery mornings.

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Yellow chairs also work outdoors—and are fun to pair flowers in your tablescape with.

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Photography by DESIGNSPONGE.COM

The crisp white cabinets paired with true yellow backsplash tiles makes for an inviting kitchen.

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Photography by Mia Baxter Smail

Choose a yellow table for your breakfast nook to create a modern space.

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Photography by @ELSIELARSON

A dull yellow desk makes a perfect subtle vanity.

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Photography by @JUSTINABLAKENEY

If you’re REALLY looking to incorporate yellow into your home, why not paint just paint the outside? This pale hue pairs perfectly with succulents and greenery.

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Photography by @LINDSEYCRAFTER

The gold and mirrored accessories on this lacquer yellow dresser create a sophisticated feel.

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Photography by IKEA.COM

Craft a clean, modern space by adding just one pop of color—in the form of an angular bedside table.

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Feeling bold? Paint a stripe down your wall AND floor.

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Photography by @DABITO

Brighten up a bohemian space with a soft, pale yellow dresser (and matching chairs!).

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Photography by REFINERY29.COM

These midcentury modern chairs add character (and comfiness!) to this elevated living room.

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Photography by @JUSTINABLAKENEY

Incorporate yellow into all of your bedroom accents for a slyly colorful space.

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Photography by SEAN LITCHFIELD / CHANGO & CO.

Shabby chic overhead yellow lighting might just be what your kitchen needs.

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Photography by remodelista.com

Let a lone cabinet carry the color in your bedroom.

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Photography by SEAN LITCHFIELD / CHANGO & CO.

Make yellow bar chairs the main attraction in your kitchen (accented by pineapple wallpaper, of course).