The yellow color associates with sun, summer and childhood. Thus, whatever mood you’re in, this color will definitely brighten up your day, like the sun in a cold autumn. In this post, we’ll focus on what colors we can combine yellow with and what shades are suitable in different places.
Interior in Vibrant Yellow Color
Yellow can be soft, juicy or dimmed. In the design of the living room walls can be painted into juicy shades. Such yellow tints will look perfect with brown, brick-red and cream.
One of the best duos is yellow and green. This combination is most often used in children’s rooms and kitchens – yellow and green furniture is very suitable here. Bright accessories can be used with those 2 colors: coral, red, orange, blue or turquoise.
In classical interiors, yellow is most often combined with white. This mix is often used in offices, dining rooms and living rooms. Rooms, in which the basic colors are white and yellow, always look very bright, clean and classical. You can also use these two colors to make your place look larger. In such an interior, use wooden furniture of oak and chestnut colors with terracotta, moss-colored and burgundy accessories. If you prefer cream colored furniture, add bright accessories – gentle-blue, lilac, green and brown.
All shades of yellow look good in pair with chocolate. This combination gives contrast and warmth, therefore, is perfect for the interiors of the dark rooms that are situated on the North.
You can make your interior look very calm with the combination of soft yellow with soft shades of grey.
But if we take bright yellow colors for the walls and mix them with some shades of red, the interior will be very energetic.
Bright yellow combines well with purple. The interiors of the children’s rooms often use a combination of pastel yellow with pastel green and purple and bright accessories. It looks and fresh and doesn’t irritate the eye.
As you can see, yellow in different shades can be used with basically every other color in any interior. Just remember the rule, that everything has a limit and with the lapse of time, too much of something can start to annoy you.