Trend Alert: Yellow Is the New Blue Sofa
Every few years, sofa trends make their way around the color wheel, and this season we’re circling back to yellow. From mustard to citron, check out why we’re drooling over this sunny hue for our seating and see our favorite ways to incorporate the lemony hue in your home.
The Loft in Amsterdam is an apartment concept store where everything is impeccably decorated and completely shoppable. Here it uses a velvet yellow sofa with classic lines to anchor the room’s neutral moments.
Designer Colin Radcliffe incorporates yellow as the only color in this minimal-chic townhouse restoration.
Emily Henderson keeps the vibe of this gallery-wall vignette soft and dreamy by incorporating pastels in the surrounding elements.
This room brings the same yellow tone onto the floor, creating a lovely golden wash throughout.
This Dutch home gives the sofa a pop-art feel by setting it in a room with white walls and floors, and riffs off the color by decorating with more primary brights.
Courtney Adamo’s living room feels like a nice place to unwind thanks to the perfect combination of a creamy yellow two-seater and understated furnishings.
Yellow takes on a formal Parisian vibe when used on a rolled-arm sofa in a luxurious velvet. Throw in a gilded mirror and crystal chandelier for more je ne sais quoi.
Though the furnishings are sparse in the living room of food stylist Mish Lilley, each simple moment paired with the modern mustard sofa contributes to a piece of the design puzzle and conveys a powerful, unified statement.
How do you feel about yellow sofas as a statement piece? Let us know in the comments below!