Lively combinations of yellow and blue decor make for uplifting living spaces. These three inspirational home designs don’t drown with colour but balance and build energised spaces for upbeat living. We’ll study interpretations of this optimistic colour scheme across open concept interiors ranging from tight and compact proportions, all the way up to an expansive and airy double height living room with an open modern staircase design. Don’t miss ideas for a tiny L-shaped yellow and blue kitchen design, an open plan yellow accent peninsula kitchen, stylish blue and yellow accent bedroom designs and a plethora of custom made furniture designs to carry the colourful aesthetic.
Our first home interior is a compact Russian apartment that challenges its dimensional limitations with bold colour choices. A
The blue accent makes its way around to a small dining area by the window, colouring just one of three modern dining chairs.
Painted beading adds smart pinstripe texture to a small TV wall.
Another deep blue accent wall enriches the home entryway, where crisp white wardrobes make full use of vertical space. A cushioned entryway bench brings in a bright note of yellow by the front door, beneath a set of decorative wall hooks.
A pegboard style bicycle storage wall fills the opposite side of the hallway. A full length mirror increases the sense of space and natural light.
Oak flooring runs seamlessly from the front door into the living room, creating a cohesive flow that further strengthens the open concept.
Velvet drapes hang from a hidden track within the living room ceiling, which elongates their deep blue line. Three spherical glass pendant lights allow sunlight to pass through them, whilst black cables darkly anchor the trio in the accent palette.
A small black side table complements the black framed dining chairs and steel cased glass doors that separate the living room from the neighbouring bedroom.
A black frame has been painted around the front door to match the interior trims.
The white dining table sits lightly in the scheme, blending quietly with sheer white window voiles.
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Two modern wall sconces shine reading light over the headboard.
A projector screen pulls down at the end of the bed for cosy movie nights in bed.
This Portuguese apartment offers up inspiration for a slightly larger layout, with an open concept kitchen. One grey
Plentiful sunlight makes the perfect companion for cheerful aqua blue and bright yellow accents. A glass interior wall accepts the stream of natural light into a spacious home office.
Over on the TV wall, a black shelf runs up against the glass wall home office, where it accurately meets the height of the desk’s matching black work surface.
matches the wood aesthetic of the office storage cabinets.
Steel framed shelving units help to zone the
Indoor plants fill the open kitchen shelving with beautiful green accents. A yellow trim adds a fun finish to the white kitchen peninsula.
All encompassing wood panelling characterises a welcoming home entryway and hallway.
The hallway’s wood ceiling cladding reduces to a slim border around the living room.
Yellow trim underlines the black worktop.
A regular height table extends the peninsula kitchen. A white linear suspension light complements the clean finish.
Black backsplashes visually deepen the kitchen dimensions.
This spacious Scandinavian house shows the yellow and blue colour theme stretched over wide white backdrops. The double height living room stands open to a modern staircase, where glass balustrades further expand the room’s impressive proportions.
Cool grey walls and a soft grey area rug calm the bedroom scheme.
A single piece of art paints in yellow and blue accent shades.
Cheery yellow accents build upon a grey bathroom decor palette. A yellow side table serves a centrally situated
Made-to-measure furniture fills every inch of space in this single bedroom and workspace with tranquil white and wood tone finishes.
Black trims sharpen an all white bathroom design.
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