Warm Mustard: Mustard is a dark yellow colour, which is softer than bright yellow so works well for interiors where you want a warm feeling. Mustard was a popular colour in Seventies décor and it’s back in fashion for 2019.
With a hint of the 1970’s yet remaining modern, there are tonnes of stylish ways to add a splash of sunshine to your home interior.
Expect to see more of the golden yellow and ochre hues that were all the rage in 2018. Mustard yellow tones energises your home in an instant and so even small changes like a cushion on the sofa or a throw on your bed will make a dramatic difference in your home.
Make a luxurious velvet armchair the focus of your living room, brighten up your hallway with mustard yellow floor tiles or even add a hint of colour to your walls with a neon sign.
White, black and grey teamed with mustard will give you a more contemporary look. Pair mustard with teal, browns and burnt orange for a retro effect.
The best news? Mustard yellow works wonderfully with almost any other colour. From moody tones such as navy, grey and dark green to minimalist white spaces, you really can’t go wrong.
So what do you think – Do you love the idea of Mustard yellow?
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