Stunning Yellow Accents Brighten Up Your Space

Yellow home decor accents really help a room pop! Think yellow’s not for you? Don’t be so sure. Yellow stimulates mental activity and aids you in feeling more cheerful. So pull back the gloomy curtains and find the perfect piece of yellow that makes you and your home feel great!

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Forget about cloudy days and singing in the rain; this brightly colored speaker system from Tivoli Audio is enough to bring out the sunny skies. Technology these days is presented in gorgeous ways, so you can make your speakers and gadgets suit your room style quite easily.

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Banish the basement from doom and gloom! This studio apartment is so colorful and cheerful that it’s hard to believe it’s actually in the basement of the building. The room is organized so that the creative couple can enjoy the apartment with its many segments and sections. The bedroom, however, uses muted grays to create a calmer space.

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Set against the glorious blue of the walls in this Mexico house, the yellow window frames are a ray of light! Like the tropical feathers of a macaw, it’s an enchanting pairing of colors. This patio is the designer’s favorite area of the house, and surely you too can imagine sitting back here with a refreshing glass of horchata.

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Why not pair the window frames with your outdoor settings? The Knoll chaise lounge chair in yellow is optimistic about the weather, and perfect for sunning yourself by the pool.

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Pantone’s yellow pear is a muted tone that looks perfect in this vintage kitchen paired with pastel blue. It’s a full on retro cooking experience, from the fridge to the frying pan.

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Perk up the mantelpiece with this collection of candle stick holders that look dramatic on their own, in clusters, or even without the candle as an ornament.

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What colors do you pair with gray walls? Although they may seem from other ends of the color spectrum, the combination of yellow and gray make a superb duo, and if you still don’t believe me check out this Connecticut kitchen.

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H Furniture has a colorful collection of chairs, stools and tables. This pie chart coffee table system is really playful, allowing you to mix quarters and circles into different interlocking patterns. Think of it not only as a fun piece of office furniture, but a really useful way for those in rental apartments or who are constantly moving to be able to change up their furniture to really fit the space the way they want it.

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Are you feeling happy yet? Switch up the summer fun by adding yellow cushion covers to your sofa. Mix and match yellow alongside blue or green for tropicalia, or pair with red for a vibrant look.

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Muted mustard yellow is the master of moderation, the grown up yellow that you can pair with a glass of red wine. This room shows you how yellow can be mature, paired with a designer lamp and a bountiful bouquet.


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Artfully clustered, the torch-like lamps from Established & Sons have a tactile nature and ambient light look. Bundled together in an assortment of sizes they are the modern chandelier for the design devotee.

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Joining the laid back softness of beach vibes with the beachy yellow on the wall, the room exudes a relaxed cheerful vibe.

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Philippe Starck’s Masters Chair is a tribute to three other iconic chairs that are fused together to make something sophisticated and practical. Stackable, and suitable for both indoors and outdoors, it appeals to Art Deco disciples and contemporary furniture enthusiasts both.

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Want to see more yellow color inspiration ideas for your home? Check out these nine home decor items to bring sunshine into your space. We have other color series for your home inspiration, from blue walls to zesty orange and many shades in between.

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