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7 cheery yellow designs to brighten up a space

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 Kravet
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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