Three bright yellow panels, each depicting a flowering plant, are evenly spaced on a white wall in a living room that is made up of mostly white and yellow accent pieces. A white sofa is paired with a yellow chair and a white shelving unit complete the brilliant look.
A small dining room and living room are connected by the use of turquoise blue paint color throughout the space, making the rooms appear larger. Cheerful yellow and cream furniture complement the turquoise.
Here, a palette of two rich colors creates a warm, inviting atmosphere that packs a bold punch. A yellow contoured sofa is paired with multicolored throw pillows and an orange chair to create a small sitting area beside a balcony.
A cheery surprise awaits in this neutral living room: One of the shelf's cubbies is painted a soft sunshine yellow. In the rest of the room, varying neutral shades pair with natural elements (wood floors and coffee tables) to create an airy, comfortable feel.
Problem: Yellowing veins, especially on young, new leaves, or yellow leaves in general. Solution: Yellowing veins may mean your plant needs more iron or magnesium. Give it a trace element fertilizer. If you’re not sure which one to use, take a few sample leaves to your local garden center or nursery and ask for help. Leaves that are turning yellow all over can mean the plant needs fertilizer. Use one formulated for whatever you're growing, such as an orchid or a foliage plant like this Diffenbachia. Follow label directions.
The subtle shifting in the square mirrors adds dimension and texture to what is typically a flat surface. The mirror has been hung on a green wall and positioned behind a wood table on which are two yellow lamps, a small silver bucket with pink orchids and a small green tray of knickknacks.