A little yellow can go a long way. Whether it’s a bold wallpaper print punctuated by pops of the sunny hue or a sofa clad in lemon-colored upholstery, a dash of feel-good yellow can instantly invigorate an interior while warming up a neutral space. From eco-friendly fabrics to floral rugs, these accents are sure to put a smile on your client’s face.
Courtesy of Right Meets Left Interior Design
ULTRASUEDE HP FABRIC IN SUNSHINE — KRAVET
Take a cue from designer Courtney McLeod, and revive a dated settee with this bright yellow performance upholstery from Kravet. Not only can it breathe fresh life into a dated piece, it can also serve as a focal point in a pared-down space.
Courtesy of James Dunlop Textiles
SPARTACUS IN TINSEL BY ZEPEL — JAMES DUNLOP TEXTILES
A nubby, textured weave with a colorful twist, Spartacus by Zepel at James Dunlop Textiles is woven with a medley of gradient fibers to forge a speckled, multitone finish.
Courtesy of Erik Lindström
CEDRO RUG — ERIK LINDSTRÖM
The vibrant yellow floral pattern in the Cedro rug by Erik Lindström will turn a bare floor into a statement-making centerpiece.
Courtesy of Made Goods
ESSEX STOOL IN TUSCANY — MADE GOODS
Clad in mustard-hued hair-on-hide, the Essex stool by Made Goods effortlessly transitions from seat to side table to footrest.
Courtesy of Phillip Jeffries
TAG WALLCOVERING IN MULTI — PHILLIP JEFFRIES
The graffiti-inspired motif in this wallcovering by Phillip Jeffries features an array of trendy neon hues, including fluorescent yellow, fuchsia and electric blue.
Courtesy of Kravet
ULTRASUEDE HP FABRIC IN CITRON — KRAVET
Don’t let the cheery look of this lemony performance upholstery by Kravet fool you—it’s a real workhorse. Composed of plant-based polyester fibers made from biodegradable food waste, it’s both eco-conscious and tough enough to withstand daily wear and tear.
Courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
LUCY DAYBED IN SAFFRON BY BRIGETTE ROMANEK — MITCHELL GOLD + BOB WILLIAMS
For a contemporary spin on an art deco chaise lounge, look no further than the Lucy daybed by Brigette Romanek for Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. Bedecked in saffron-colored micro-velvet, it boasts plush tube-shaped back cushions and angled wood legs for added geometric interest.
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