A mustard yellow, Sudbury Yellow by Farrow & Ball, was used in the seating nook to create a cozy area. The color is toned down nicely by more neutral colors in the seating and flooring. Transitional Family Room by Eoin Lyons Interiors

A mustard yellow, Sudbury Yellow by Farrow & Ball, was used in the seating nook to create a cozy area. The color is toned down nicely by more neutral colors in the seating and flooring. Transitional Family Room by Eoin Lyons Interiors

Smart modern kitchen-diner with mustard yellow feature wall

Smart modern kitchen-diner with mustard yellow feature wall

5 Ideas for Hallway Inspiration - The Chromologist

An inspirational image from Farrow and Ball, India yellow packs a big punch so use it in small amounts with lots of contrast in natural colors.

A Northern Norway Home That Isn’t Afraid Of Color | Design*Sponge

Simone Isaksen and her boyfriend Per-Aksel live in the village of Storslett in northern Norway. Six years ago, when she bought her house, Simone saw the potential in the late home. The house was a good deal, charming, centrally located and she was esp

just wanna have mustard walls

Living in a Jewel Box: Bill & Richard's Gorgeously Grand Small Space House Beautiful darling yellow sofa, yellow walls antique small yellow black carpet blue side chair and gallery wall.

Kind of obsessed with the color combinations of coral, dusty blue, mint, orange, gray, navy, and the like. Something about these colors together is fresh, modern, and … well, just plain happy!

Color palette inspiration: Happy

Yellow is a beautiful uplifting colour but can be the trickiest one to get right in an interior scheme. My blog post has lots of tips and inspiration on how to make this work for your next decorating project. Let me show you how to use Yellow.

Let me show you how to use Yellow

Great use of colour colours in this Living Room Painted In Farrow & Ball India Yellow, Mahogany, Old White And Off-Black.

Gold, Butter, Cream  A not-too-scary step up from beige, this bathed-in-sunshine palette is cheerful, warm, and comforting. We’re drawn to yellow because it’s a happy color. But, says Ashcraft, “golden tones are easier to work with than lemony tones, which can be too intense and have a ‘highlighter’ effect.”

Color Combinations for Your Home

Gold, butter and cream decorated room - Ben Moore - Marblehead Gold on Walls, Weston Flax on ceiling, White Chocolate on trim

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