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.
This living room features a classic craft front door and arch hallway door leading into the connected dining room. A stylish gray paint fits the soft, neutral color scheme creating a bright and inviting room. Yellow tulips add pops of life and color. Vintage country light fixtures mounted on the wall add a warm glow and decorative detail.
Tulip tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) is a native tree known for its towering size (70 to 100 feet) and yellow, tulip-like blooms that open in summer. ‘Little Volunteer’ brings that stately beauty down to a size that fits modern gardens. Leaves offer an unusual shape and shimmer in the wind. Look for gold fall color and cup-like fruits made of seeds. It’s a medium-fast grower, reaching a size of 12 feet tall by 6 feet wide in 4 years (starting with a 3- to 5-foot sapling). The strong pyramidal shape looks elegant in winter, especially when wet snows stick to branches. This is one tree you won’t regret planting. Size: to 20 feet tall by 9 feet wide. Hardy in Zones 4-9.
The classic mid-century modern style sofa in the living room has bright throw pillows and a wire magazine rack beside it as decorative elements, as seen on HGTV Fixer Upper. Yellow tulips displayed in large glass jugs compliment the yellow pillow and add brightness to the room. A distressed, wood country door adds lovely texture in the background.
A garden of yellow tulips and daffodils blossom in this cottage style garden. Planting bulbs separately from other blooming shrubs allows the tulips and daffodils' beautiful blooms to be the focus and so they don't compete with other flowers.
Crisp, white linens and soft gray walls create a clean and serene look for the master bedroom. Framed coastal artwork above the headboard and a vase of yellow tulips on each nightstand bring in touches of color to the palette.
Inside a true bulb is a central shoot that contains layers of leaves and immature flowers. With bulbs planted in your garden, this central shoot forms after flowers fade. This is why it’s important to let leaves of bulbs like tulips and daffodils remain and stay green until they naturally die back. As long as leaves are green, they’re helping to store food that helps form the shoot for next year’s show. Most true bulbs have a protective papery skin (think onion, daffodil, tulip). An exception to this rule are the lilies, including Asiatic and Oriental types.
A pair of sunburst mirrors adds a burst of style above the sofa in this colorful tropical-inspired living room. Tangerine throw pillows add a tropical vibe next to blue-and-white houndstooth ones. Yellow tulips add a splash of color to the glass-top coffee table.
A vibrant orange desk paired with a contemporary gray chair sits against a yellow wall in this kid's bedroom. The carpet is shades of black-and-gray rectangles to contrast against the bright colors of the room.
This breakfast nook features bench seating that also has storage. A country chandelier illuminates the table while shiplap walls brighten the space, as seen on HGTV Fixer Upper. Dark wood chairs are seated at the open sides of the table. A metal basket with fresh yellow tulips creates a simple and stylish centerpiece for the space.
A tulip table and four chairs make a stylish dining area on the airy main living floor. The space is a good example of how the home lets practical items (hello, yellow bicycle) mix easily with furniture and artwork for an overall look that's friendly and approachable.