Yellow is a light and airy hue that can take on many different personalities of it’s on. Depending on the shade it can bring the warmth of the sun into a home or the spirit of renewal that occurs in when Spring’s first flowers bloom. According to Feng Shui principles, yellow inspires creativity and promotes communication. As one of the most vivid colors on the color wheel, using this hue in your home’s decor may seem a bit scary. It doesn’t have to be, the solution is to find the right shade of yellow that works best for your space.
There are many different shades of yellow with undertone variations that can completely make a room unique. Here are some of the different variations:
Lemon-yellow is super bright and cheery. Such a shade works best in the kitchen because it instantly makes the space more inviting. When working with an intense shade of yellow you can balance the scheme by introducing a dark color such as black. Black and yellow is a stylish color combination.
If you desire something more unique an orange-yellow is a bit unordinary. This hue has honey orange undertones that are similar to a melon.
Looking to incorporate a yellow that doesn’t make the room feel too warm? Then you may want to go with a medium yellow which provides the perfect balance. To further add some coolness to your space you can use a complementary color like green or brown.
Sun-kissed yellow has some orange undertones and it mimics natural sunlight. Using this variation in a room will make it appear larger and adds tons of lighting.
Love dandelion flowers? This shade of yellow is very bright and best suited for the bedroom especially for a kid’s room. Use vibrant accent colors to make the space even more exciting.
Yes, buttery yellow like the shade in the picture above is a muted hue. This shade will add such a warm glow to the room that will make your space feel serene and cozy that you’ll never want to the leave your room.