The color yellow is just so lovely.

Depending on the hue – the color yellow can be so many things, evoke so many emotions. 

It’s soothing and elegant, vibrant and happy, charming and sweet.

Today, some wonderful YELLOW home, art and interior inspiration.

THE FRENCH BEE
Country Living Magazine
Lois Dodd (American, b. 1927), Apple Tree in Bloom, 1979. Oil on masonite, 16 x 19 in.

KUMI KOOKOON

One Kings Lane

House Beautiful
Design by Ashley Whittaker
Salvador Corratgé (Cuban, 1928-2014), Untitled, 1964. Acrylic on wood, 73 x 64 cm.
Sunny yellow walls and an antique iron daybed give the guestroom down home charm; the dramatic ikat pattern pillows add a dose of global panache.
Interior Design: Gary McBournie, Boston
Traditional Home Magazine

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This grey living room features bold yellow Talisman sofas, which are covered in ‘Monceau’ velvet from Designers Guild. Bold lighting includes a floral fabric-covered floor lamp by Squint Limited and Poul Henningsen‘s ‘PH Artichoke’ pendant light, a Fifties design that lifts the gaze upwards.
House & Garden
The drawing room at Faringdon House juxtaposes sunny yellow walls with a lovely brick-red rug.
House & Garden
House and Garden Magazine




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Long a favorite color for traditional design, yellow kicks up high spirits in any style’s decorating. This 2011 D.C. Design House dining room gets its youthful glow with daubs of yellow. 
Though the walls are kept a creamy neutral, yellow isn’t confined to accents. 
It blankets the floor through an inventive paint treatment that transforms the wood into jaunty yellow-and-cream diamonds.
Interior design: Camille Saum
Traditional Home Magazine
VINTAGE FLEUR DE LEX ANTIQUES
Julio Larraz (Cuban, b. 1944), Salty Marshes, 2015. Oil on canvas, 24 x 20 in.
House Beautiful
SAARINEN TABLE
The curves of the iconic Saarinen table counter the straight lines in the first apartment of design blogger Sarah Rose
KUMI KOOKOON

One Kings Lane


Interior Designer Nina Farmer

John Steuart Curry (American, 1897-1946), Kansas Cornfield, 1933. 

Oil on canvas, 60 x 38 ¼ in.



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