33 ways to incorporate yellow into any space
and INSTANTLY brighten the room.
Published Feb 11, 2016 5:00 AM
Opt for a pale marigold shade for a casual kitchen.
Best. Mantle. Ever.
Paint a doorframe for a pop of color.
Outdoor shower? Absolutely.
This makes us want to ombre all of our walls.
Pillows are an easy way introduce a small amount of yellow into any room.
Painted cabinets make a bold statement.
Pale, midcentury chairs add to the bohemian feel of the room.
Take your fireplace from boring to bright with the swipe of a paintbrush.
If color isn’t your thing and you’re working from a minimalist palette, throw a yellow book on your coffee table.
We love how Jennifer Harrison of Flea Market Fab accented other bright colors in her living room with a subtle floor lamp.
The bold gray, yellow, and red color combo is the epitome of eclectic-chic.
Nail the midcentury modern vibe with a pale marigold couch surrounded by muted accents.
Yep, feel free to “go there” and paint your walls yellow.
Add more color to an already modern, colorful space by adding a statement lamp to your bedside table.
Adding pale paint to your desk drawers is a understated way to add life to a space.
We love how these shelves pop against white walls and bookshelves.
Could this door be any more perfect?
Pale yellow stools will make for cheery mornings.
Yellow chairs also work outdoors—and are fun to pair flowers in your tablescape with.
The crisp white cabinets paired with true yellow backsplash tiles makes for an inviting kitchen.
Choose a yellow table for yourbreakfast nook
to create a modern space.
A dull yellow desk makes a perfect subtle vanity.
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.
The gold and mirrored accessories on this lacquer yellow dresser create a sophisticated feel.
Craft a clean, modern space by adding just one pop of color—in the form of an angular bedside table.
Feeling bold? Paint a stripe down your wall AND floor.
Brighten up a bohemian space with a soft, pale yellow dresser (and matching chairs!).
These midcentury modern chairs add character (and comfiness!) to this elevated living room.
Incorporate yellow into all of your bedroom accents for a slyly colorful space.
Shabby chic overhead yellow lighting might just be what your kitchen needs.
Let a lone cabinet carry the color in your bedroom.
Make yellow bar chairs the main attraction in your kitchen (accented by pineapple wallpaper, of course).