HOW TO SIMPLY DECORATE WITH YELLOW ACCENTS
When I think of the colour yellow, I think happy and pineapples! Yellow, the colour of lemons, sunshine and flowers, offers fresh appeal in each of its many shades. Have a look at these ideas for decorating with yellow, there are some interesting facts on the colour yellow and ways to discover infusing any room with zingy decor in time for Spring around the corner.
Where to use and where not to use?
Yellow communicates happiness, therefore making an excellent choice for kitchens, dining rooms and bathrooms, where it is energising and uplifting. In halls, entrances and small spaces, yellow can feel expansive and welcoming.
Although it is a cheery colour, it is not the best choice for a main colour scheme unless being used in a tinted (hue mixed with white) value. Studies have shown that people are more likely to lose their temper in a yellow interior, -interesting – and apparently babies also seem to cry more in yellow rooms, most noteworthy!
Furthermore in chromotherapy, yellow is believed to stimulate the nerves and purify the body.
Have a look below at how to incorporate either small doses
or tinted down values of this energising colour!
Windows, Doors, Fireplaces and Staircase & Walls
FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES
Yellow great for making things pop and also works well with other colours. It can create a great focal point in any area and can be incorporated through accessories, cushions, throws,
artwork and furniture. Have a look at these exciting splashes of happy !
CREATE THE LOOK
A vibrant yellow accent has been introduced by the pendant light fitting, creating a sleek, modern and welcoming entrance area with a bit of a fun element to it.
If you are looking for a burst of sunshine in your modern
interior, add a bit of yellow to your life, you will not regret it!