Favorite Trend: Pops of Yellow

One of those home decor secrets that I continue to love is incorporating unexpected splashes of contrasting color into a space. It’s a great way to decorate for the season {try a pastel pink for the spring and switch it out for a cranberry red in the fall} and keeps a room looking young and contemporary.

One of my favorite pops of color right now is yellow. It looks terrific when paired with navy and I love the brightness it brings to a gray space.

The soft yellow desk in this next image keeps this room light and fresh – it’s a beautiful compliment to the powder blue walls and cobalt accents!

Those yellow doors are bold… but fantastic! And I love the bright yellow waste basket peaking out from under the sink of the bathroom on the left.

Incorporating a contrasting color will immediately liven up your space, whether you choose an easy-to-change-out throw pillow or decide to go all in in with a fresh coat of paint on furniture, you won’t regret the new look!

Images: Nuestra Vida Dolce via 6th Street Design Blog, DecorPad, Elle Decor, Lonny via 6th Street Design School, black.white.yellow.

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  1. says

    I am going through something of a yellow renaissance…I have painted a cheery yellow accent wall in my dining area and I am planning to use it with navy and grey in my wedding this fall. So when I say I am loving your post today, it’s a bit of an understatement!

    • Morgan says

      Hi Tauni,
      A yellow, navy and grey wedding will be beautiful! Have fun planning and hope we get to see the pictures :).

      ~Morgan

    • Morgan says

      Hi Joi, I LOVE your living room! I will credit it to your site in the post, too :).

      ~Morgan

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