Harness the Power of Sunshine Yellow

Suzi Davis Tuesday 06th July 2021

2021 is a year when we’ve all needed to believe that things will get brighter. With this in mind, the colour trend for sunshine yellow might be just what you need. And with the sun a little less eager to show its face so far this year, bringing joy with bursts of gloriously bright and zesty tones might be just the ticket.

Together with lush green grass and clear blue skies, yellow is the colour of summer. And as part of our theme for July, we will be injecting doses of vibrant summer yellows to keep you smiling. To whet your appetite, we start the journey with a look at the power of sunshine yellow.

The Power of a Sunshine Yellow Interior

When it comes to interior design, a colour scheme provides more than mere decoration. They are powerful mood boosters, and yellow is no exception.

Pale yellow can signify caution. On the other hand, a refreshing burst of warm yellow will take your mind to the sun’s rays radiating across your skin. As a result, you boost your happiness, restore your energy and positivity reigns.

Therefore, using warm and vivid yellow accents in your interior designs will make you feel optimistic and spontaneous. A bright yellow kitchen can have you whistling while you whip up your summer desserts. And a bathroom filled with golden tones can power up your morning shower.

How to Harness the Sunshine

Sunshine yellow can be such a powerful mood changer; you don’t just want to keep it for interior design. A dazzling summer outfit, a luminous wallpaper for your phone or a walk-through radiant sunflower filled fields will all raise your spirits.

Be creative and think of all the different ways to bring sunshine into your life, even when the weather chooses a different path.


In the Mood for a Different Colour?

For more colour scheme ideas, take a look at Mastering a Monochrome Interior, In The Mood for Pink and What Makes White So Right? And for ideas beyond your interior, ensure you look at our Pinterest boards throughout the month.

Suzi Davis

Suzi Davis