Bright turquoise wall paint brings an updated feel to the beautiful antique look of this wood staircase and railing. Ornamental designs in the wood create natural decoration, while yellow gold picture frames descending the back wall add a good contrast color to the turquoise. White molding breaks up the wall space creating a faux handrail look.
The bay window creates a sunny setting for this desk space. Ruffled curtains frame the windows and white roman shades control the natural light. A stylish and cozy chair features a gold pattern complimenting the neutral color palette. Yellow tulips adds a pop of vibrant yellow for the ultimate sunny feel.
‘Yellow Wall’ Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia ‘Yellow Wall’) is a perennial vine that stages stunning fall color. During the growing season, leaves are green, but when autumn arrives, hues shift to brilliant gold. Virginia creeper is hardy in Zones 3-9.
Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) is a classic native vine heralded for its vivid red fall color. ‘Yellow Wall’ takes the native to a new place with leaves that turn a striking gold in autumn. This is a fast, easy-growing vine that does well in part to full sun. In the wild, Virginia creeper often scales trees as vines reach for the sun. In the garden, give it the sturdy support of a pergola or well-anchored arch. Avoid planting ‘Yellow Wall’ against a building, because it attaches directly to surfaces with organic holdfasts that are tough to remove. Plants grow 20 to 30 feet tall and wide. Hardy in Zones 3-9.
For year-round color, plant golden Hinoki false cypress. Plants glow in the landscape, reaching a size of 8-10 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide in 15 years. Hardy in Zones 4 to 8. Botanical name: Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Crippsii’
A deep royal blue sofa and upholstered yellow coffee table create a bold pairing and draw the eye in this room. Brown walls, dark hardwood, and a maze pattern rug are a neutral background allowing the colors to shine. A gold spike light fixture is perfect for adding contemporary intrigue to the design.
Gold, glass and mirrors make a glittering first impression in this entryway. Flanked by two side chairs, the striking table features mirrors on its drawer fronts adding dimension to an otherwise condensed space.
A blue and gold macaw bird is one of the many birds you could see while bird-watching in Wakulla County. With vast acres of undeveloped lands and protected wildlife sanctuaries, there’s an abundance of wildlife with verified counts of over 300 species of migratory and nesting birds.
At first glance, the formal dining room almost seems to drip gold, what with a chandelier descending from the yellowed ceiling. Directly below, a round table with ten chairs invites guests to stop and stare.
With gorgeous bay views and access to a private garden, this master suite feels luxurious and inviting. Framed by golden yellow draperies, a bay window brings in ample light to the elegant, traditional space.