I LOVE all things retro. Like the following photo. This is the restaurant in the Standard Hotel in downtown Los Angeles designed by Derek Sanders. The Panton flowerpot pendants, the Pierre Paulin tulip chairs, the bold yellow…yep, it’s retro and it’s fabulous.
I have noticed lately that I’m drawn to the colour yellow. I think it has to do with how much I love summer and yellow is such a beautiful summery colour. So I figured I’d do a post on different uses and ranges of yellow. Since I have basically no yellow in my home, this post is inspiration to change that.
Pale yellow walls are so warm and inviting, and would brighten up any room without being too jarring.
|Better Homes and Gardens||Jennifer Worts|
|Bernstein & Andriulli||Jay Jeffers|
One of my favourite shades is acid yellow, for those who are a bit more daring and enjoy bold colours.
|Gal Nauer Architects||Jenny Armit|
Bright yellow walls will bring a smile to anyone’s face but would be tough to decorate (and live) with.
|PointClickHome||Marie Claire Maison|
A yellow (and turquoise) country-style kitchen would have everyone milling around while food is prepared.
|Cottage Living||This Old House|
If yellow walls are too much to commit to, then how livening things up with some yellow art….throw in some red accent furniture for an extra hit of colour and you’re set.
|Jason Loucas||Michael Formica|
|Sköna hem||Alex Papachristidis|
Accents in yellow work with all sorts of colour schemes…reds, greens, pinks, blues, the list is surprisingly endless.
|Riehl Designs||Mark Luscombe-Whyte|
|Sköna hem||Hotel Home Buenos Aires|
Sills Huniford Associates is based in New York, and strives to create modern interiors using furniture from many eras. I am adoringly drawn to the oversized artwork used throughout their designs, particularly the simple black circle on white (I am trying to figure out where I can replicate this in my home), and the framed chalkboard (unless it’s an art piece, then imagine it as a chalkboard – the versatility of it).