The yellow tones have the power to animate and bring a little sunlight into any setting, although many people are afraid to use them. The reason for this is that since yellow is an extremely vibrant and energetic tone, people are afraid that these more vivid tones will appear and make wrong choices in the objects and complementary colors of the surroundings.
But this is a super important color, one of the basic colors of our color disc and, as it seems impossible, you can make a combination with yellow in its various tones entertaining different styles including yours!
Today we’re going to talk a little about this color, what it means in color psychology, and give a few tips on how to use it in your environment.
Sun color: meaning of the yellow color
As we said before, yellow is the color of the sun and when we see it in an object or environment, our brain emits stimuli that use this color as a great source of energy, vitality, happiness and optimism, like the sun perceive. individual meaning, yellow can represent power and self-esteem.
In addition, gold, the color of gold, is also a color derived from yellow that always reminds us of wealth, so people often use yellow to attract riches for the celebration of the New Year.
Through these meanings, this is considered to be one of the happiest colors and is often used in decorating the environment.
The most popular yellow tones of interior decoration
The yellow is slowly reappearing in interior design, especially for people who want to venture into a more cheerful and relaxed decoration. The yellow canary and the more lemon tones are favorites when it comes to elevating the mood of an environment.
But the variations of yellow are many and the darker or lighter tones can be used for different effects in the perception of the room.
Light yellow tones, such as Cream-colored sweets, for example, are ideal for balancing the environment. Perfect for both adults and children. Its energy is softer and allows the environment to feel relaxed.
55 projects images with highlighted yellows
Now, for those who want to get out of the simple yellow, it is worth using the shades of mustard, amber and turmeric, a little darker and more intense yellows that are super popular among the most modern environments.
For more tips, take a look at our picture gallery with different projects and ideas to get inspired.
Figure 1 – Yellow on wall and sofa with contrast on green in living room decor.
Photo 2 – Bright yellow in the kitchen cupboard and white on the countertop and wall to brighten up the room.
Image 3 – Wallpaper in yellow and white: The contrast with the light color helps to dilute the vivid tone of the yellow.
Image 4 – Shades of yellow dominate the room in a cleaner style: from the light yellow curtain to the brownish in the pillows.
Image 5 – In addition to the colors white and black, the shades of yellow combine very well with blue and result in a lively composition.
Image 6 – A mixture of yellow and green in a cheerful tone and that goes very well with the neon lamp!
Photo 7 – Yellow throughout the bathroom: as for the coatings, today we can find ones that can be placed on the floor as well as on the wall creating a unique covering.
Image 8 – Reduce the vibrations a little with lighter shades, perfect for a calm environment for the baby room.
Image 9 – Completely yellow kitchen: Enjoy special lighting in this color, which is the sun itself.
Image 10 – To maintain neutrality or the cleanest style around, think of pastel colors and off-white.
Image 11 – These shades can be used as the main color in different environments and with a wide variety of materials and finishes.
Figure 12 – Colorful furniture, the new favorites of the youngest and coolest environments: yellow saffron as a color quite sought after for this type of environment
Figure 13 – To play a little with colors and not turn the environment into yellow, try to create a composition together with white.
Image 14 – The yellow walls: an idea to paint “unfinished” as an additional style for your room.
Photo 15 – Service area with yellow coating to bring more light into the closed environment
Image 16 – Yellow scrapbook: A lively alternative for those who want a scrapbook without darkening the wall with black paint.
Image 17 – A clear tone that inspires freshness and an enlightened morning: surroundings with a light yellow wall, matching lime green.
Image 18 – Yellow for gold too: if you are looking for a more sophisticated and luxurious environment, amber or golden yellow can help.
Picture 19 – Canary yellow bathroom from the end to the cabinets with mirrors to give a sense of openness and amplitude in the room.
Image 20 – Another idea for a baby room: yellow decoration like sunlight for a neutral room.
Image 21 – A strong yellow tint for the kitchen: cupboards with a matt surface that do not reflect light.
Image 22 – Yellow on a textured wallpaper, so don’t pay so much attention to this tone in the room with a more relaxed style.
Image 23 – Neon from post it on office furniture: Composition for creative offices or home offices in yellow, orange and pink.
Picture 24 – The gray as a color that goes very well with the yellow and breaks its oscillation.
Image 25 – Light yellow for a more colorful and pleasant children’s room.
Image 26 – Yellow calls nature to your home: cabinets in all tropical style.
Image 27 – Light yellow also to create a calm and relaxing environment for the room.
Image 28 – A very lively and sun-inspired atmosphere from ceiling to floor.
Image 29 – A new way of decorating with yellow: plastering and tap in yellow tones as a super modern alternative to your bathroom.
Image 30 – Yellow cast on the wall: Wall paintings that use adhesive tape to create geometric color cores are becoming increasingly popular and give the environment a relaxed atmosphere.
Image 31 – Citrus yellow on the floor and wall: try to offset with a more neutral color, like the gray of the middle sofa.
Picture 32 – Amber in the wall of the kitchen free wall: an unobstructed wall to create the feeling of a higher right foot.
Image 33 – Combine yellow with warm colors: bright orange and red in contrast to the light yellow tone.
Image 34 – Very strong yellow with special lighting with LED strips to better accentuate the bathroom.
Picture 35 – White wallpaper with very yellow Sicilian lemons in the kitchen.
Figure 36 – In a predominantly white environment, add the yellow in various details of the environment, both in furniture and in decorative objects.
Image 37 – In the off-white palette: yellow, green, blue and pink for a trendy environment in these trendy colors.
Image 38 – Yellow and wood: In a 70s style, this cabinet for the kitchen brings more life into the environment.
Image 39 – Yellow on yellow: yellow floor and details in a happier bathroom.
Image 40 – Another citrus yellow tone on the wall combined with other bright colors in the room.
Image 41 – Light yellow and gold: another tone on tone that works very well for a luxurious setting.
Figure 42 – Perfect for offices and rooms: totally yellow totally vibrating cabinet.
Picture 43 – Two shades of light yellow on the bathroom floor.
Picture 44 – Flower wallpaper with yellow background: brings a happier and more romantic environment into the house.
Image 45 – Ambience with yellow and pink tones: Inspiration on Pinterest for a relaxed room.
Picture 46 – Half yellow wall in the course: insert color in a neutral environment.
Picture 47 – Study the lighting of your bathroom before painting: to evaluate the yellow, put that paint on the walls receiving light.
Image 48 – Another artificial lighting that evaluates the predominant yellow in the environment.
Image 49 – For the service area: Wall paint striped in two shades of yellow.
Picture 50 – Yellow for the dining room: meals in a lively and modern atmosphere.
Picture 51 – Details in yellow in the white bathroom.
Picture 52 – To match the vivid yellow, gray can also be used in different shades.
Picture 53 – To give more life to the B&B: yellow as a color that contrasts well with the two colors.
Picture 54 – For those who want something a little more neutral, try a lighter yellow on the coating.
Picture 55 – For those who want a more cheerful and modern environment: wall in a shade of yellow saffron.