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.
This formal dining room has yellow walls and is anchored by an ornate crystal chandelier. The antique wood sideboard displays decorative plates a floral bouquet and candles. The traditional style decor is primarily defined with the classic table and chairs with an elaborate setting, which features a candelabra, china and a pop of color with floral arrangements and red glasses.
Mustard colored walls set a warm tone for this country bathroom. Natural wood frames the mirrors and built-in shelf, adding a classic country detail. A copper faucet and towel hook and copper tile in the shower add some shine to the matte palette. A blue shower curtain adds an extra touch of color.
This living room introduces a bit of flair to its otherwise contemporary space by using Southwestern fabrics for pillows and art. The yellow walls provide a soft background for the stronger colors of the furniture and and the accessories' busier prints.
Yellow walls soften the black-and-white theme of this contemporary kitchen. A small tile border ties together the pastel walls and white countertops. The black shelving, island and cabinetry lead to a bright white tile floor. Stainless steel stools match the kitchen appliances for a sleek and clean look.
The beautiful color of yellow on the walls in this country-style bedroom is cheery enough for two young girls yet soft enough to grow with them. Pendant lights with individual switches hang above each bed, so the girls can choose to read at night.
Your teen will feel like a princess in this feminine but not overly girly bedroom. Touches like the ruffled curtains -- which conjure thoughts of grand ball dresses -- are special and unique. Since the room has small and low windows, recessed lighting brings additional lightness and brightness to the space. The pale yellow walls are at once soothing and reflective of the morning sun.