For the Love of Yellow: 10 Rooms That Embrace the Sun

It’s the most noticeable hue in the color spectrum and makes a stylish impact whether it’s a simple throw pillow or painted across an entire room. Check out these rooms that really let yellow shine.

Sean Litchfield Photography 

Happiest of Greetings

Make a remarkable first impression with a front door that’ll leave your guests smiling. The school-bus-yellow front door bursts off the pristine white walls and is the perfect welcoming touch. The dazzling hue is repeated in the dining area, where it creates an impressive contrast against the natural wood table and sleek black chairs.


Patty Malone 

Coming Up Blooms

A favorite color pairing — gray and yellow — combine for this eclectically feminine dining room. The same oversized floral print is used for the wallpaper and Roman shades, creating an almost never-ending expanse of pattern. Classic gray Parson chairs surround the sleek dining table, while a wingback chair upholstered in corduroy adds one last flash of yellow to the space.


Mia Baxter Smail

Caution: Bright Yellow Ahead

This daring shade of yellow is allowed to be the color star of the room. (What could possibly compete with it?) Clean white walls and natural wood work together to create a balanced backdrop to this contemporary dining room. The diamond-patterned rug grounds the room in muted jewel tones, and the bold yellow curtains ensure the sun is always shining whether they’re drawn or not.

Sean Litchfield Photography 

Just a Touch

Yellow is the most visible color to the human eye so even a small dose makes a big impact. This all-white breakfast area evokes a contemporary cottage vibe, complete with an eclectic mix of dining chairs and a beadboard ceiling. But your eye is instantly draw to the bumblebee-hued lanterns illuminating overhead.


Ashley Hope 

At the Golden Hour

Traditional elements, from the elegant moldings to the cove ceiling, combine in this bedroom to create a space that is of-the-moment as well as timeless. Grounded by rich wood tones in the floors and furniture, the rest of the room is alight in soft neutrals. Our brilliant shade makes an appearance through the lovely goldenrod toile print used for the bedding and curtains.

Information Courtesy of Chelsey Borwn – HGTV 

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