When dealing with modern design, very often neutral shades are chic but boring. Yellow can give a significative touch of brightness to the rooms, even if used for single and small details.
Here, we show you four apartments where yellow really make rooms come alive.
The first one is in a home with largely classic architecture, adding an irregular yellow panel is shockingly modern. All major features in the apartment tend towards neutral, starting with the gray modular sofa (Nuvola sofa by Bonaldo) that looks very comfortable.
The designers also pulled the color in also by painting a skull in the same shade, to create a continuity in the two sides of the room.
Trendy light fixtures finish our look at this second apartment. Rather than focusing on the walls, this team has brought this mustard yellow color in using furniture, starting with this awesome minimalist chair.
The yellow chair and throw play into the idea of gold on the wall without matching up exactly. A cushy gray bedroom contrasts nicely with another mustard chair (Grande Papilio armchair by B&B Italia).
In the third apartment, yellow is used for upholstery and pillows on the large sofa (Peanut sofa by Bonaldo), but also brings in a bit in the side table and wall art. The varied textures make this home feel comfortable and welcoming.
In the bedroom, the yellow headboard of the bed (Husk bed by B&B Italia) gives a very bright look.
Finally, we come to a big modern space where the use of yellow here is quite subtle. The treatment of it makes it feel much more neutral that you might expect. Mostly, we see simple gray and black with a large sofa (Ghost sofa by Gervasoni).
Yellow dining chairs are perfect for welcoming guests. The soft texture makes the mustard color pretty and inviting.