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Your room design with 7 yellow accents

17 Jun, 2019

Yellow is by far the happiest and brightest color but it’s rarely used as the primary shade in a room design.

Many psycologists have proved that decorating a house in yellow can bring more happiness and optimism.

However, yellow is has never been a very popular choice in home decorating.

The reasons of this is that yellow is particularly hard to pair up with another shade. It tends to be too overwhelmingly bright, and get people tired very easily.

Yellow can work as a good accent to give a touch of creativity to your home design but it needs to be accompanied by a neutral color.

We have listed for you a few ways in which you could use yellow in your room design obtaining great and charming results.

 

1. A yellow armchair in a total black living room

 

Total black rooms can be very fascinating but also quite scary and way too dramatic.

A fun and interesting pop of color can be represented by a yellow armchair or lounge chair, to give some light to your room design.


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This living room design was created by chrissy w, Homestyler mobile app user

 

2. A soft shade of yellow in a neutral room

 

A pastel yellow tone can allow more freedom and more liberty in the use of this color.

While a bright shade of yellow is normally not suggested to paint the entire walls of a room, a pastel shade can give a warm and cozy feeling into any room design.

A pastel yellow wall can be great when paired with total white furniture, such as a sofa or a bookcase.


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This living room design was created by Shaima B, Homestyler mobile app user

 

Alternatively, pastel yellow walls can represent an amazing addition to a neutral, black and white space, bringing a bit of light and modernity in a very traditional home decorating concept.


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This living room design was created by Teke Tin, Homestyler floorplanner user

3. Yellow chairs in a dark dining room

 

Yellow dining chairs can guarantee the WOW factor in any dinner party.

They can instantly bring happiness in the room and show that you’re not afraid to take risks, not even in home design.


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This living room design was created by Morgan Ann, Homestyler mobile app user

 

4. Yellow small decorations with teal

 

Teal is a charming color but it needs something to cheer it up.

Small yellow accessories, such a few pillows or some decorations on a teal colored wallpaper can keep the ambience soft and cozy by giving a bright touch to the overall room design.


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This living room design was created by Kate Charman, Homestyler mobile app user


5. Yellow pillows


Using colored pillow is an easy and economic way of remodeling a home. If you want to give a touch of color to your room design, but you are scared of going too bold, you can use a couple of yellow pillows on your armchairs or sofas.

The expense is very limited, so you won't feel bad in case you don't like your final result.


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This living room design was created by Melike Te, Homestyler mobile app user


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This living room design was created by Juana Perez, Homestyler floorplanner user


6. One big, yellow painting


Artwork statement is the solution for many that want to use a bright color without going too much crazy. One big painting with yellow decorations can provide the light you need to your room design, by keeping the rest of the decoration neutral and elegant.


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This living room design was created by chrissy w, Homestyler mobile app user 

7. A yellow, eye-catching backsplash


The kitchen is probably that one room where bright colors fit the best. There are many ways in which you could include yellow accents in a kitchen: yellow curtains, a yellow table cloth or yellow accessories… A yellow backsplash with geometrical items can grab the attention and make your daily cooking happier.


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This living room design was created by Luis Gonzalez, Homestyler floorplanner user