Year-round sunshine is my ideal. It’s not always possible to have actual sun in your space, but some great light and luscious yellows can add sunshine warmth to any room. A bit of buttery color can make even a simple room more dimensional, radiant and welcoming.
have I ever mentioned how much I love the blog A Beautiful Mess and all their user-friendly DIY’s that look so stupendous on camera… like these DIY beeswax candles that are lemony golden fantastic. Side note: beeswax also helps “clear the air” by infusing it with negative ions as the candle burns.
Golden yellow can be another “neutral” shade that resonates with the element of Earth, especially in beach areas where the earth nearby is sand-colored. Golds can really make a space richer without necessarily overwhelming a room with color.
These vintage golden plates remind me of my childhood home! I love having decorative plates in sunny colors, especially for breakfasts on cold mornings!
Not sure how you can add color to your home? This door opens up a wealth of possibilities! When you paint interior doors, you can direct the traffic flow in your home. While not as brash as a red, this interior door ushers you toward the room, joyfully.
And if you are up for dipping a toe in colorful home decor waters, a table runner is a perfectly graphic place to start.
Color: another way to let the sunshine in! xoxo Dana
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