Yellow is the color that captures our attention more than any other color. It radiates happiness and optimism, enlightenment and creativity, sunshine and spring. And if your room doesn’t get enough sunlight, this color will create a sunny and warm atmosphere for you. Enjoy the rainy days with the wide selection of sunny-colored wallpapers.
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What could be more welcoming than a splash of yellow in your home? We can't think of any other hue we'd prefer to return home to on a gloomy winter day – or, better yet, a beautiful spring evening. Yellows have a natural brightness, freshness, and warmth that makes them a popular hue in the house.
Even though you might think it's a bad idea or too complicated, let us convince you how beautiful and easy it is to decorate your house with yellow wallpaper!
Yellow color psychology: why choose yellow wallpaper?
Yellow is a bright, cheery hue for interior decor, so obviously it is linked to warm and joyful things in life. Yellow hue tones are used in color therapy to make individuals smile and feel happy. Accordingly, if you want to produce a sense of warmth and friendliness in your home, you should consider a yellow home interior including a yellow wallpaper.
How would a person feel, surrounded by yellow walls? This cheerful and sunny color not only initiates positive thinking but also stimulates brain activity and encourages communication. If you use yellow color in interior design properly, your family and guests will always feel cheerful, energetic, and happy.
Which rooms look best with yellow wallpaper?
The hallway is the perfect spot to utilize yellow because it is often the darkest room of the house with little natural light. Since yellow is a highly welcome color, putting yellow wallpaper in your hallway is a great way to make a nice first impression when your guests walk in! Try wallpapering your hallway with this Lemon Of Life wallpaper and see for yourself!
The kitchen or dining room is another fantastic place to use yellow wallpaper. This bright color will help you have a cheerful start to the day while you eat breakfast. Take a look at this Summer Garden In Italy wallpaper – no doubt you can already imagine yourself sipping an afternoon espresso and dreaming about sunny Sicily in a kitchen designed with a yellow wallpaper like this.
How to choose the right shade of yellow?
Yellows range from creamy, daffodil, and sunflower yellows to acid yellows. The correct shade of yellow will be the one that speaks right to your soul. The most important part here is to avoid shades that generate discomfort, since too obtrusive yellow tones may have a lot of negative psychological consequences. You also shouldn’t pick yellow wallpaper just because it’s trendy!
What colors complement yellow the best?
One of the yellow's finest characteristics is that it matches a wide variety of other hues, including white, orange, green, pink, blue, and brown. Choose one or two yellow colors as focal points, as well as a dark neutral and white dose for a well-balanced color palette, to produce the best yellow color scheme. If you wish to add extra color, look for green, purple, or red in the same field as yellow.
Let's take a closer look at the complementary color scheme, which includes yellow and purple. If you find that you've used too much yellow and feel overwhelmed, simply add purple to balance it off. Purples’ psychological properties always match and balance yellow's.
Consider choosing an analogous color scheme if you want a tranquil palette. This is where you utilize colors that are nearby on the color wheel. Since there is no sharp contrast between the colors, it is considered peaceful. That would be yellow – orange – red. Combine this selection with a neutral, such as white from the same color family (cream, white, ivory, oyster).
What are the best tips for using yellow wallpaper successfully?
Consider the light
Natural light has a bigger influence on the color you choose than you would believe. This Magnolias In The Sun yellow wallpaper, for example, feels very earthy, allowing its underlying tones to absorb strong light, making it ideal for interiors with a huge skylight or windows. On contrary, buttery pastel yellows that give off brightness even on rainy days are a great choice for dark spaces.
Layer yellow on yellow
One of the reasons oceans are so captivating is because the many blues interact with one another. To enhance dimension, use a variety of yellow paint tones ranging from mild pastel to deep mustard. For instance, see how this Sicilian Style yellow wallpaper provides a welcoming atmosphere by combining two contrasting shades of yellow.
Alternatively, go for an all-over technique by saturating the area with this vibrant color. Whether you go all-in on yellow or layer the hues, blues, greens, and pinks will help the yellow stand out.
Tone it down with beautiful wall decor
Are you afraid to try yellow? Camouflage it. Yellow is a powerful hue, therefore it's important to consider its influence when implementing it in design. Let's take a yellow wallpaper accent wall, for instance. You can easily add contrast by layering artwork over it. This helps to balance the color intensity and adds intrigue.
Use yellow wallpaper as an accent
If you don't want to go for a completely yellow look, a yellow accent works well. These lemon yellow wallpapers – Lemon Tree and Lost In Lemons – for example, may brighten up any space for both adults and children. The vibrant citrus hue contrasts wonderfully with white or navy.
Bring out the best in blue
It's no secret that blue and yellow go well together, but instead of going all-in, consider the combo. See for yourself! Until the saturated yellow palms arrived there, this blue Stylish Polka Dots wallpaper was simply another typical piece.
We’re sure that anyone can find a yellow wallpaper to their liking at Deccoprints. We make both traditional and peel & stick wallpapers of the best quality. Shop our yellow wallpaper collection today and see for yourself!