It’s been said that the color yellow is known to be overstimulating especially when used as an accent for the walls or wallpaper. However, today’s piece is going to show you how you can use this eccentric color in tasteful ways that create interest. In the above living room setting ‘Gran Sol’ wallpaper by Gaston y Daniela uses predominantly soft yellow motifs mixed amidst black and white to create a minimal design that draws your eyes in but doesn’t feel obnoxious. The colors pair well with the mostly white and gray furniture, letting the wallpaper be a statement.
This cozy little nook uses a similar technique to the previous living room. With a paper-backed fabric wall of ‘Morley‘ by Gaston y Daniela, the muted yellow gold jewel tone in the pattern accentuates the cushions and prevents the space from feeling dull even though the majority of the palette is grey and white.
For our third example, we take this dining room that radiates bright yellow sunshine energy. Schumacher wallpaper‘s ‘Zanzibar Trellis‘ in canary is a true golden yellow. Using primary colored seating to offset and compliment the walls, this setting has a very cheery and happy vibe. The geometric pattern in the trellis and the white background help offset all the yellow. Sometimes it’s ok to break all the rules to create a stand-out moment. We hope these ideas help inspire your own design projects, in the mean time you can also check out our $1000 Kravet Giveaway. Until next time!
The news is out, and its official. We are throwing a giveaway over on our Facebook page. In order to enter the giveaway, its simple, you just have to signup for our newsletter, like us on Facebook, and comment done. Easy enough right? The winner of our giveaway gets to hand pick $1000 worth of Kravet wallpaper or fabric of their choice.
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You can go ahead and read all the details about our Kravet Giveaway over on ABC 7 News website. We’ll be picking a winner on Monday, September 9th over on our Facebook page. Good luck to everybody that enters!
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