Have you ever thought about the meaning of colors when you pick your palette for decorating? The colors that you choose can actually affect the way you feel. I tend to naturally be drawn to the color yellow and have chosen a light buttery shade as the main wall color throughout my house. When I looked up the meaning of the color yellow, I discovered that decorating with yellow is actually a pretty good idea.
Not only is it pleasing to the eye but it has other benefits as well. Yellow is supposed to bring about energy. I’m guessing the truer the yellow, the more energy it evokes. However, even a light shade will give off the affect of a sunny day. It gives clarity for decision making, relief from stress, sharper concentration skills, and alleviates depression on a cloudy day.
Bring on the yellow I say!
You can also add some yellow with your decor in the form of furnishings, throw pillows, and other accents. Here are some examples for adding a touch of happiness into your home with the color yellow.
How To Decorate With Yellow
Yellow In A Living Room
I feel energized just looking at the photo of this sunny living room. What a great place to go and de-stress especially on a cold winter day!
A softer yellow is more soothing than energizing. However, both shades have their advantages.
Decorating With Yellow In A Dining Area
I could sit in this yellow dining room all day long. But, then I would probably feel like eating all day too which could be a problem! It would be a great to dine in such a cheery spot though.
A little splash of color even looks appropriate in a rustic setting like this. The yellow really brightens up the darker wood.
Decorating With Yellow In The Kitchen
A kitchen done in yellow would be just as wonderful.
The soft yellow is a perfect match with the stainless steel.
Decorating With Yellow Accents
If a whole lot of yellow is not really your thing, you could always add just a touch for accent.
You can see that the small touches of soft yellow warm up the cool blue just perfectly.
A little more yellow is used in this cheery bedroom.
Have you considered decorating with yellow? In what ways have you added the color?