Soaring ceilings make the open concept dining area and kitchen feel cloud light. For a little fun, designers added yellow accents in varying shades. Windows trimmed in crisp black are a place for the eye to rest.
Candy is always a welcome addition to a dessert table. Rock candy is available in almost every color and adds a fun element to the table. Display it on a plate or upright in a bowl or vase for an unexpected centerpiece.
This cute country vanity features a copper bowl sink and distressed wood. The vanity blends with the natural wood of the wall which is accented next to the smooth mustard yellow paint of the adjoining wall. A lantern casts a unique light pattern and works perfectly for the country design.
Mustard yellow wallpaper and mounted candle light fixtures give a warm atmosphere to this vanity area. A distressed dresser vanity base and stainless steel bowl vessel sink create an antiqued look. A dark wood mirror frame compliments the wood countertop and hardwood floor.
Painted pottery sits on yellow shelves in this Tuscan kitchen by designer Linda Adams. Natural light streams through the window, and potted plants and a bowl of oranges dot the counters. Blue and yellow tiles and a tiled backsplash are partnered with yellow and blue cabinets to give this cozy kitchen an Old World feel.
A close-up view of this bright, airy living room highlights the comfortable beige sofa with a brown and yellow accent pillow. A leaf-shaped bowl and a lively houseplant add natural touches to the room.
A cottage kitchen features a white range hood that sits above a stone backsplash trimmed in mosaic tile. The white is continued in the cabinets and marble countertops, but wood shelf brackets, bowls of wood utensils and the soft yellow cabinet warm the room.
This modern outdoor dining area features a painted gray wood plank table complete with vibrant red placemats and white dishware. Clear glass bowls with bright yellow lemons and white candles are used as an easy yet eye-catching centerpiece, creating a festive yet laidback outdoor dining experience.
Repeating colors give your room a designer look. Add napkins and a few choice decor pieces, like a bowl, that match your dining area chairs. An aqua candle in the table luminary ties in with the decor in this new construction kitchen, and the contrasting yellow along the counter in the lemons and pasta creates balance.
A new window treatment can dramatically change the look of the whole kitchen, especially if you pair it with just a single prominent accessory in the same color. Here, the red shade is complemented by a vase and bowls, but you could also harmonize with that shiny red toaster or sunny yellow stand mixer you’ve been eyeing. Shown is the Bali® Soft Roman Shade from Blinds.com; the fabric is Bazaar Off Broadway.