The New York Historical Society’s in-house eatery is steps away from Central Park, so you can walk off the decadent menu offerings—which include lobster bolognese linguine and seared scallops with quail eggs—following your meal in this brightly colored space.
New York, US
This famous Indian jewelry shop initially first opened in Jaipur, but its relatively newer Mumbai outpost is the one we’re interested in. The gorgeous jewels are a given, but citron-hued furniture set against pale blue walls and a black and white checkered floor make an equally impressive statement.
This is the second-longest river in China and runs through several of the country’s provinces, so there are multiple spots from which to view (and Instagram) this watery wonder.
This architectural gem is coated in a golden hue, and while it may look like a museum it’s actually a house available for rent on Airbnb (albeit a pricy one). Located in Joshua Tree, this luxe property has two master suites, and the monochromatic color scheme blends right in with its desert surroundings.
The Standard’s restaurant boasts the same contemporary decor that the famed hotel is known for. Described as a “vibrant brasserie”, this eatery combines the comfort food of a diner with the eclectic and upscale vibe expected from one of LA’s premier hotels.
Just like its LA counterpart, Miami Beach’s Standard Hotel effortlessly gives off an elevated luxe vibe. At the pool, bright yellow loungers pop against the blue sky and equally blue water.
The vibrant color of this salt desert is a result of the area’s minerals and makes this natural phenomenon a must-see; though if you do venture out take care to prep. Dallol currently
Local produce and seasonal ingredients take center stage in this contemporary farm-to-table restaurant. Honorable mention goes to the sunny decor, which includes yellow chairs, yellow accent pieces, and even yellow-packaged food on display.
Cape Town, South Africa
The retro feel at this Palm Springs staple even goes as far as including a
Fields of canola plants contribute to the golden color in China’s Qujing Prefacture. The blooms are on full display starting in the spring until about late June, so plan accordingly.
Originally published March 2017. Updated October 21, 2017.