Let’s decorate our homes with this beautiful and happy color. 34 yellow living room design ideas are waiting for you in this gallery. Beautiful examples of yellow decorations from popular interior designers of the world.
We try to find the best examples from popular designers and decorators.
In a living room that is mainly decorated in white, a yellow sofa and a patterned yellow rug in the middle can easily be the focal point of the space while adding character to the room.
2Designed by Mary Beth Wagner Interiors
3Designed by Greg Natele
4Accents in Yellow
In a monochrome modern living room, accents do not have to be monochrome as well. Choosing yellow decor objects like pillows or vases warms the cold atmosphere of the black and white environment.
5Designed by Avalana Design
6Designed by Habitat
Yellow accents combined with the curves of a contemporary living room will bring warmth and softness to the place while adding to the overall relaxed feeling of the room.
8Designed by Meg Braff
Painting the walls yellow while keeping the other furniture and decor subtle and light in color makes the room feel cozy without making you feel cramped in yellow.
12Designed by Casamance
A yellow sofa combined with a stylish armchair along with artworks in complementing colors with a few decor objects scattered around carelessly can turn your yellow living room into an artist’s loft.
15Designed by Collins Interiors
If you have an all-black living room, yellow accents are the perfect option to bring a bit of life to the space without taking away the personality of the room.
A home with a white base can be decorated with many colors, however, yellow is a rare color that can immediately make the room feel homely and inviting without much effort.
Putting a yellow couch with clear lines in front of a brick wall is an interesting contrast not only in color but also in style that gives the industrial vibe a fun twist.
25Scandinavian with Yellow
Scandinavian style does not necessarily have to be monochrome. Using yellow curtains and pillows adds a subtle change of air to the room.
26Designed by Casamance
Yellow curtains allow you to feel the warmness of the sunlight even more especially in a white-based living room, changing the atmosphere completely by simply changing the light that is shining through.
29Designed by Kristi, The Pickled Rose
If you are a huge fan of using colors in your living space, try to use pastels together in order not to make the room chaotic with bold colors. Pastel blue, grey and pink make a great base together while a pop of yellow brings life to the overall look and helps to blend everything in.
We continue to share yellow decor ideas. Incorporating warm tones that complement each other such as yellow and green together against a balancing color like white can make the room feel inviting for get-togethers and game nights.
Painting the walls a subtle and soft yellow color can enrich a traditional living room, making it look warm yet luxurious against classy, neutral-toned furniture.
If you are not much of a fan of color, try to use one object with color instead of using lots of accents. In a black and white modern living room, a bright yellow sofa would be a great statement object without spoiling the room’s aesthetic while giving the room the warmness it needs.
34Walls and Floor
Warm yellow walls along with yellowish hardwood floors would make a warm environment against pale tones of the seating set and the other decor items, balancing everything together.