From pale yellow to dark mustard and everything in between, yellow is the cool kid on the block right now. It’s versatile, refreshing, and can fit with many home decorating styles—from modern to rustic, traditional, contemporary or whatever your style happens to be.
Yellow pairs well with gray and other neutrals as well as white, cream and off-white. For livelier combos try yellow with aqua, purple, red or pink. And for a more striking and bolder look, pair yellow with black and white or with navy or other darker blue.
But what if you like the look, but don’t want to commit to paint or wallpaper? Don’t worry, you can get the yellow effect without a full on commitment by adding splashes this color trend to your home. (In fact, that’s a fabulous way to test out a color before committing to painting, wallpaper, or any other more permanent additions).
Image: Honey Pie Design
Throw pillows are a fantastic way to incorporate any trend in your home. Toss a pillow on the couch and voila, instant trend. These pretty pillows from Honey Pie Design would do the trick.
Image: Bank and Pearl
Lamps, chandeliers, wall sconces and other lighting choices are also an option. This vintage ceramic Mid-Century lamp from KOLORIZE would work well in a modern styled space.
Throw rugs can add a pop of color to any room, like this Moorish-inspired woven rug from Ikea.
Image: Carriage Oak Cottage
Home accessories like vases, bookends, candle holders, and mini-statuary are also a low-effort way to add accents of yellow to your living spaces. This cement and stucco ombre vase from Carriage Oak Cottage is a gorgeous example of form, function and color.
Image: katee textiles
Every home needs a couple of throws for on the backs of couches and at the end of beds. This beautiful woven wool throw from katee textiles would make a stunning addition.
Image: 7 Wonders Design
A neutral painted room with pops of colorful artwork on the walls is always a showstopper. This trio of flower and chevron prints from 7 Wonders Design would look stunning on light gray walls.
Image: West Elm
Try adding yellow curtains or blinds to get your yellow decor fix. West Elm’s canvas chevron curtains make a statement.
Main Image: West Elm
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