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As already mentioned at the beginning of the article, yellow is ideal for rooms with little daylight, so that these rooms also radiate warmth and friendliness. Yellow is also an excellent choice as a wall colour for the study, as it stimulates intellectual and creative activity.
Yellow can be combined with a wide variety of colours and furnishing styles. Very classic, of course, with white, which immediately makes the room shine even more. But more unusual combinations such as blue or green tones are also becoming increasingly popular. A sunny yellow next to a strong blue immediately puts you in a holiday mood. It creates a modern atmosphere. Depending on the shade of yellow, different shades of green are combined, such as a delicate green with a light pastel yellow, a strong leafy green or a natural olive shade with stronger yellow tones.
Shades of yellow go particularly well with blue
A room becomes even warmer if you combine yellow with orange, red or pink tones. Depending on the colour combination, it is also possible to create an exotic look with this combination. In heavily used rooms, however, an intensive color combination with orange, red or pink tones should be chosen with care, as these can have a tiring and tiring effect on the eyes over the long term due to the strong perception. To avoid this, at least one light tone should be included.
The Remade Interior showroom in Munich shows an unusual combination option
Yellow tones are particularly expressive in combination with gray tones, whether with a light gray or a strong anthracite tone. In the interplay of these two colours, it can be a bright yellow, so that it brings life into the urban gray and is not overshadowed by it.
But not only together with other wall colors or pieces of furniture, but also with metal, glass or stone elements there are wonderful combination possibilities.