Go beyond the norm by trying a splash of yellow on the ceiling. Keeping it neutral on the walls and adding a hit of color overhead draws the eye up and makes your room appear larger than it is.
See three ways to give yellow a go in your bedroom.
Muted shades of yellow play well together in this funky bedroom. The subdued hues allow patterns to mix without being overbearing.
Who says cabinets have to blend in? A hit of yellow on the lower cabinets brings energy to this sunny kitchen. Netural uppers help to ground the space.
Yellow doesn't always have to be the center of attention. These soft, buttery lemon shades mix well with natural wood tones and create a calming vibe in this traditional bedroom.
Use a dose of yellow as an accent against dark shades to really make it pop. Here, a bright chair and fun patterned pillows stand out against the dark slate-color backdrop.
Play up your entryway with fun color! For a no-fail palette, mix the shades of fall -- deep reds, autumnal oranges, fresh greens, dandelion yellows -- and finish off with rich chocolaty browns.
Toned-down yellow on the walls helps to play up the colorful pillows in this little nook. Shades of aqua and orange mix with the soft yellow for a versatile palette.
A patterned bedspread picks up the butter-yellow headboard color and gives a cheery feel to this cozy bedroom. Pops of color are intermixed with accessories in the built-in, and a solid bluish-gray on the walls brings balance to the space.
Bold metallics and rich yellows amp up this otherwise ordinary bath and give it a high-end vibe.
Creamy yellows work as a neutral in this traditional kitchen. Using softer shades delivers the perfect amount of color without being too bland.
Get the creative juices flowing by lathering your walls in a refreshing yellow shade. Pair it with a coordinating wallpaper for a fun accent wall.
Talk about a relaxing getaway! The dark brown bed frame sets the stage for this beautiful bedroom when played up by the soft yellow surroundings.
This yellow hue serves as a neutral wall color when paired with more vibrant tones on the pillows and rug. Keep the space from getting too colorful by bringing in solid-color furniture pieces, such as the sofa and chair.
A space with plenty of natural light is perfect for incorporating a big dose of color. Swap out pillows with the seasons -- greens and blues for summer, reds and browns for fall!
Pink and blue no more! Versatile yellow works for both genders and is beyond cute on the ceiling when played off a more neutral palette.