August’s Color of the Month is a great looking yellow with a fabulous name: I’m a Local. This yellow has life and warmth; it’s bold but not glaring. It’s really a range of yellows: mustard, goldenrod, or dijon that brightens and relaxes a room without feeling chaotic. This pleasant color goes well with the cool and warm shades of gray that are still so popular. It can be a neat wall color, but it seems to be trending more as an accent color. Trim on a drapery, a splash of color in a piece of artwork and on statement pieces like sofas or side chairs.
I’m a Local is a great complimentary door color for a home with a charcoal exterior and creamy white trim.
I’m a Local puts a cozy, modern twist blended together in this snapshot with a delightfully soothing shade of slate-blue.
How will you use this warm and local shade of yellow before August runs out?Categories: Accent Walls, Color psychology, Color Trends, Decorating Tips, Design trends, Selecting Colors
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