For those who want to decorate a yellow wall: this is an eye-catching and energetic color and when it is inserted into the surroundings it stands alone in the decoration without the help of any other requirements. Because it’s alive, it’s a great way to bring more space to life. One is cheated on who thinks that the tonality for a strong color is only combined in children’s rooms, like a day nursery or a toy library. Yellow can be used on any wall in a wide variety of environments – just choose the intensity of the tones. In addition, it can be mixed with other colors using common sense. The result is interesting and incredible!
A good tip for anyone who has a neutral room is to opt for a painting in the tone that is most beneficial to the environment. That makes the yellow shine alone! An environment with a lot of wood, for example yellow, becomes neutral and cozy because it breaks the sobriety and rustic aspect of the place.
60 rooms with yellow walls
If you want more color and life in your home, check out our 60 suggestions below and get the inspiration you need to take the first step in your new decor:
Picture 1 – Kitchen with yellow wall and white paint.
To add a touch of yellow to the kitchen, only use a small space. In this design, the wall between the countertop and the top cabinets was given the color, leaving the kitchen with a more disrespectful look. This result can be achieved with painting or even with wallpaper.
Image 2 – A yellow stripe to give color to the room.
Add a touch of yellow color to a small strip of wall. This design uses a dark tone, more commonly known as mustard, to add liveliness to the kitchen.
Picture 3 – fun and creative effect!
A fun and creative bathroom: how about the paint on the floor and half the wall? It is exactly what this project is focused on and the ideal in these cases is to use epoxy paint, much more resistant and suitable for this type of environment.
Image 4 – A room for girls.
Photo 5 – Cabinets and doors close the room and provide an original decoration.
Figure 6 – Yellow wall to an entrance hall with the color yellow.
It is not just through painting that we can exit a wall with the touch of yellow paint. A background image can accomplish this function with some color detail and an excellent result. Here the door was also given the yellow color, so combine other elements of the environment with the same shade.
Picture 7 – Yellow wall with B&W picture.
To apply this bold and vibrant tone to an environment, we can combine decorative objects with lighter tones to break up the powerful visual impact of the wall. In this project, the whiteboard, towels, and shelves break the paint while maintaining visual balance.
Image 8 – Strong and bright color in contrast to the wooden floor and sideboard.
The yellow color is perfect to contrast with other elements and darker furniture, as in this case where the wooden furniture, as well as the floor, have a strong presence in the environment. Apart from the fact that the wall is visible, it makes the atmosphere more relaxed.
Picture 9 – Yellow tiles that are made with the joinery.
In kitchens, tile use may be more appropriate due to the wear and tear a color can take over time. For this project, yellow tiles with drawings were chosen.
Image 10 – Yellow wall for a home office.
In work environments like the home office, yellow can play an important role in creativity and concentration. This project focuses on just part of the painting wall, right where the work and study table is.
Image 11 – Yellow wall for the kitchen.
The use of warm colors has the power to whet your appetite and the yellow, in addition to this function, can make any kitchen livelier. Such is the case with this furniture design in neutral colors and black and white tiles.
Figure 12 – The wall has gained a beautiful and functional decorative accessory.
How about making a corridor wall a lot more alive? You can just add a small detail of the paint on an auxiliary wall to leave the house with a special detail.
Picture 13 – Yellow wall to the bathroom: round mirrors to have a fun place.
When using color in a bathroom, it’s important to have compositional balance. This design uses yellow paint on half of the wall. Color can be used for residential and commercial projects. Round mirrors are part of the balance in which the color doesn’t become as visual.
Picture 14 – Yellow wall to the living room: A living and living solution!
The yellow color can change the face of any environment: in this living room the yellow leaves the place much more lively and fun, it is important to position objects such as frames and other elements in order to break the strong visual effect of the color. Combine them with other decorative furniture such as armchairs, sofas and pillows.
Picture 15 – Wall coated with tactile floor in yellow color.
In addition to painting, tactile rubber floors can be a good alternative, with ease of use and good durability and strength. This design uses this type of environmental wall coating.
Picture 16 – A creative effect for a white wall.
Leave a more disrespectful setting with the painting “unfinished” on the wall. This design applies that suggestion with the yellow at the bottom of the wall.
Image 17 – Dining room with yellow wall and decorative objects.
Yellow can be combined with other colors such as pink, green, purple, white and black. This living room design has yellow wall, tabletop, yellow chairs and easels in pink color.
Picture 18 – Wall with plasterboard and LED.
In this living room, the yellow is present with a white plaster wall on the wall. The LED strips were used to have a modern and intimate lighting.
Picture 19 – Yellow wall on the front door.
Another option is to apply the yellow paint to a small surface of the wall: In this design, the wooden door received both the yellow paint and the tip all the way to the stop.
Image 20 – Ideal for highlighting surroundings.
The color yellow can be a good option to highlight the surroundings in the decoration, so use Criterion to choose where the color can be applied in your project.
Picture 21 – Children’s room with soft tones.
Yellow can be a perfect color to match pastel tones in children’s room painting. It is important to keep the color composition balanced as in this design, whereby the yellow is combined with the light pink.
Image 22 – For a rustic style, look for the darker shade.
The rustic style of decoration calls for strong colors. Therefore, when decorating these environments with a strong presence of wood and old objects, choose a yellow closer to mustard.
Image 23 – Triangular tile for the bathroom.
In the bathroom, the tiles are recommended to withstand the moisture of damp areas. This design focuses on the yellow color with tiles in the triangular format.
Picture 24 – Room with yellow wallpaper.
In this room with classic decor, the choice of wallpaper added the color yellow with small details in white color, matching the beds, pillows, boxes and carpet.
Photo 25 – Living room with a lot of personality.
With a panel in a specific region, you can highlight a color of your choice. This design focuses on the yellow in a region above the living room fireplace.
Image 26 – In the kitchen, the background wall comes across with a lot of color.
How about bringing more life to your kitchen? The color of the wall can completely affect the visual and create different sensations of who visits the room. Here the yellow is highlighted on one of the walls, matching pictures and with the pink chair.
Picture 27 – The ceiling emphasized the apartment.
In addition to the walls, the ceiling can also be painted yellow. Here, every detail makes all the difference, including the apparent barrel that gets the paint.
Picture 28 – To give color to the surroundings.
In a neutral looking living room, add the yellow tone to make the surroundings more lively and secluded.
Picture 29 – Kitchen with yellow decoration.
In this kitchen, the floor gets the yellow color, just like the wall, which has tactile rubber with the same color. A cheerful decoration in the right measure, with neutral tones and other objects of different colors.
Picture 30 – The corner of this room has chosen yellow.
Don’t you want to be too aggressive with this color? Pick a specific corner to get the yellow tone on the painting. This room has color in a small part of the area.
Picture 31 – Refined corner with furniture of very refinement.
Why not add the yellow on a background image? This environment has the details of the color yellow with white, thanks to which the composition is visually balanced.
Image 32 – For a cheerful decor!
Yellow can be the highlight in a dining room: choose a small wall to use color that goes with neutral tones like black or white. Here, too, the chairs follow the same tone.
Image 33 – Geometric tiles with yellow color.
In a neutral bathroom, yellow can be an integral part of a coating with geometric shapes, as is the case in this example. Applied without a great visual impact.
Image 34 – Brazilian style for a balcony.
Color can be a good choice for outdoor environments, with more relaxation. It’s the case of this balcony with green, yellow walls and rustic style furniture.
Picture 35 – The yellow painting took away the sobriety of the surroundings.
For those who prefer a bathroom, the yellow color is perfect to contrast with other materials and colors, such as wood and light shades. Use color with balance.
Picture 36 – Clean kitchen!
In a kitchen with white cabinets, the wall was coated with large yellow tiles as well as the underside of the cabinets.
Picture 37 – Gray and yellow a perfect match.
A yellow wall can go perfectly with neutral tones like gray, nude, and other colors. This kitchen design holds up a wall with paint.
Figure 38 – Yellow cabinets to cover the wall.
The wall can’t just be coated with paint: in this proposal, kitchen cabinets are given paint as a coating that takes up most of the wall.
Picture 39 – Nice and funny composition.
Make a fun composition between the yellow shade of your choice and another complementary color.
Picture 40 – 3D wall cladding
In this kitchen design with a yellow wall, the coating follows the 3D structure and the base of the central island is also given the same color.
Picture 41 – Shades of Yellow to compose the wall
In a yellow wall to the living room: This design combines strong wall color with neutral elements such as sofas and gray carpets.
Picture 42 – The child’s room always asks for a color.
Yellow wall for kids room: add a cheerful shade to the kids room with neutral tones. This design got the vibrant yellow paint on one of its walls.
Figure 43 – Yellow wall to the corridor.
In a corridor that divides the rooms, this project opted for a yellow color as the wall color, as well as for the doors and the auxiliary workbench with drawer.
Picture 44 – Geometric drawing with perfect color composition
For those who want to use color in a gentle way: choose a composition with yellow parts that can be combined with decorative objects such as tables, shelves, pillows and sofas.
Picture 45 – Wall with slide and the painting has further improved the environment
Service area with yellow wall: In this proposal, yellow is the color chosen by the wall. In the upper half a wooden plaque with white paint. It is a balanced composition of colors.
Picture 46 – Room with modern bunk beds.
The yellow shade makes a children’s room with bunk beds more fun for the children. Go for disrespectful colors to decorate this type of environment.
Picture 47 – The effect of the finish on the wall gave a cool air to the room.
Another example of painting with the “unfinished” style that occupies the lower part of a double room. The yellow color is present on the wall, as are bedding such as sheets and pillows.
Picture 48 – Kitchen with lots of yellow
In this kitchen, next to the wall with the color, the yellow was chosen to be part of the design of the planned cabinets, in their doors, as well as in the counter, which will be given the same color. As a decorative detail, the wall made of ceramic pavilions is also given the color.
Picture 49 – Built-in dining room The kitchen gained color and a panel of memories with blackboard paint
The kitchen can retain the color even in limited areas. In this project, the wall is painted with the yellow paint exactly where the bench for meals with benches is positioned.
Picture 50 – Yellow wall for ladder.
Escaping traditional settings, the yellow color can also be used in hallways and walls that are usually not as prominent. In this design the paint was used for wall painting with ladder.
Picture 51 – Creative idea for a children’s environment.
Let the imagination flow with colors that encourage creative thinking. It is the case of this educational focus environment that gets the color on the wall.
Figure 52 – The yellow chairs to compose with the wall
An example of a yellow wall for the dining room: in this design, the chairs, in addition to the color on the wall, follow the same tonality as the wood.
Image 53 – Tropical style with prints, color and textures!
Image 54 – To highlight the corner: a touch of color on the wall.
Use the yellow paint to highlight a small corner that is getting little visual attention.
Image 55 – Luminous yellow for a happy and colorful environment
Picture 56 – Yellow carpentry with round handle
Picture 57 – Baby room also asks about color
Picture 58 – Bathroom with Pantone tones
Image 59 – To highlight the surrounding area, select one of the walls
Picture 60 – The yellow painting in the niche was there