Red and yellow roses woven into a bed of greenery anchors this nautical-themed dining table set for a holiday party. Yellow-and-white maritime flag place cards continue the theme to each individual setting.
Guests will clamor for a dinner party invitation in this gorgeous dining room, papered in beautiful green wallpaper featuring birds and flowering trees. Bright yellow chairs pick up the yellow roses on the walls creating a cohesive, visually striking design.
A bright and airy traditional dining room is the perfect spot to enjoy family dinners in this coastal home. Soft yellow walls and white windows make for an inviting, seaside experience. Comfy, burnt orange chairs round the dining table where a bouquet of yellow roses are displayed as the centerpiece.
A 2016 introduction, ‘The Poet’s Wife' is only the 16th yellow rose among all the David Austin Roses. Its perfume is described as old rose, with hints of lemon rind, peach and mango, a fruity-citrusy blend that becomes sweeter as the flowers age. This bush rose grows to 4 feet tall.
Christmas decor doesn't have to stick to greens and reds. Red, white and blue maritime flags top this tree to tie the holiday decor together with the blue dining chairs while expressing the homeowners' love for all things nautical. Red and yellow roses hint at Christmas colors while relating to the artwork and side chairs in the dining room.
A two-toned dresser, two white foo dog lamps with black shades, and a black-and-white quatrefoil art piece make a bold statement in this space. A white vase filled with yellow roses adds an eye-catching pop of color and breaks up the monochromatic design.
Deep purple, sun-loving coleus in containers pop against the orange-red brick and dark green front door of an Atlanta home. A mix of begonias were planted front and center, for easy maintenance. Danna Cain of Home & Garden Design also chose a bright yellow moss rose to complement the other plants.
This mid-century modern nightstand is a stylish touch beside a comfortable bed in gray-blue linens. Fresh flowers by the bed are a nice touch, and add a pleasing pop of color. A vintage light fixture with Edison lightbulbs is a charming (and functional) throwback.
This high-end cooktop instantly upgrades any kitchen, especially when paired with the black quartz countertop and white tile backsplash. The cabinets offer an unusual and interesting contrast: dark-toned wood on the bottom level, white for the upper level.
The flowering plants are primarily pink, white, yellow and blue, a soft palette that complements the natural shingles of the home. Flowering shrubs, roses, perennials, annuals and spring bulbs ensure that the garden is in bloom from March until late fall. Plants like iris, alliums, echinacea, roses and foxglove emphasize the cottage style of this colorful garden.
This eclectic dining room features a glass-top table with a bright white base. Metal-and-wicker chairs are combined with gray leather captain's chairs for a collected, interesting look, while a funky metal chandelier makes a fun, creative statement. Yellow artwork and pink roses add pops of color to the otherwise gray space.