15 Sunny Yellow Paint Ideas To Brighten Up Your Home
In our May 2017 issue, we shine the spotlight on the color we’re craving this season: forsythia. The hue of the sunny yellow flowers that grow from its namesake shrub every spring, forsythia ranges from butter yellow to marigold. This season, yellow is making a splash in both the design and fashion world. It’s the perfect shade to brighten up an interior — and here are 15 vibrant ideas to help you do just that!
The best way to add curb appeal? By painting a door in a vibrant hue, of course! This home’s high-impact entrance features a canary yellow steel door for a mood boost the minute you get home.
Here, a cheerful sitting area was created just off the bay window thanks to a yellow-painted table paired with tartan-upholstered stools. It looks like a great spot to break out some board games.
A bold acid-yellow painted wall against the white lacquered cabinetry and dark antiqued hardwood flooring injects character to the clean, crisp look of this kitchen.
Yellow and white striped walls framed in molding offer an artsy wallpaper effect.
In this light-filled kitchen, yellow-painted bar stools make a bright statement and inject energy in a stylish way!
To brighten up a row of white bar stools, spray paint one yellow for a jolt of juicy color and a brand new look.
Transform an inexpensive floor lamp with spray paint in the cheerful hue. This one looks great against the bedroom’s blue and white palette and DIY Personalized Picture Chair.
Yellow looks right at home outdoors. To give old outdoor furniture new life, consider painting them in the cheerful hue.
In this bright and airy kitchen, a pantry door painted yellow punctuates the pale wood millwork.
Make a pop in your mudroom or entryway with a fresh coat of yellow paint on your coatrack.
The yellow-painted door on this shed is an unexpected quirk that adds personality to the plain white exterior.
Go bold and paint an entire wall in a more muted shade of yellow. Wall panelling adds textural interest, giving the mustard hue a regal feel.
In this Princess Margaret Showhome kitchen designed by Lynda Reeves, the mustard cabinetry made a memorable splash.
With the natural light beaming into this bright sunroom, the yellow bench is the perfect fit.
Who says you can’t bring a little energy into a laundry room? Here, a yellow door makes the simple space feel more inviting.