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At the end of December, the color outside is often dreary. And although yellow may not be a typical color you associate with winter, I think a little dose of bold color during a drab time of year is good for the eyes! I love when a designer or homeowner is daring enough to not only use bold color, but use it in a completely unexpected place. These splashes of sunny yellow in home decor have caught my eye as of late and just made me smile.
And just for fun, one last image. It's not just yellow, but seeing this rainbow-hued staircase in person would definitely bring a smile to your face in winter, don't you think?
Image credits (from top to bottom): Apartment Therapy, Erigutt, House and Home, So Darling, Brooklyn Bride, Apartment Therapy, last image unknown.
Hi. I’m Lesley. I’m a collage artist and interior stylist. Common advice tells me to pick one discipline and focus on it – but I’ve never been known for being common. I make beautiful things and create beautiful spaces, because surrounding yourself with beauty and inspiration just makes life better. Your home and the things in it should feel effortlessly mixed and matched, with just a little bit of weird thrown in. The unexpected keeps life interesting.
My design talents have been showcased as a junior designer at Kimberley Seldon Design Group (Toronto); project manager at Studio La Beauté (Toronto); showroom manager at Reid & Lyons Designer Trimmings (Toronto); freelance designer at Burnham Design (Los Angeles); and interior design stylist at Lamps Plus and 55 Downing Street (Los Angeles).
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I want that bookshelf! So bookmarking this so I can recreate the look!
Isn't it fabulous? I think it would be pretty easy to recreate by removing the back of a bookshelf and either painting it, or using spray adhesive to attach wallpaper. Good luck with your DIY, Suze! :)