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This royal blue sectional looks great in front of the yellow patterned window panels. Oh, how nice it would be to have so many windows! Natural light makes this dark couch shine.
I'm really drawn to the bold pool blue color on this craft room pegboard, and the yellow accessories seem to be represented better than any of the other colors on the wall, don't they?
Tip: If you are struggling to bring stronger colors into your home, try introducing them in a craft or art area first since vibrant colors seem to be more plentiful in these types of settings.
This yellow chair and blue rug take the stage in this otherwise neutral room.
Accessories offer an easy way to bring the blue-and-yellow color combo into your home. These two work really well in this white and black room, but they also could have the same feel surrounded by grey or beige.
Not for the timid, this room is a real show-stopper. Those yellow chairs practically jump off the screen. This particular room would be fine with chairs that matched the table, but the addition of yellow ups the ante on the artsy factor.
These homeowners could have gotten away with any color for their rocking chairs, given that the siding is such a subtle shade of yellow. The robin's egg blue chairs aren't too loud for this serene and relaxing porch.
Tip: A blue and yellow pairing can range anywhere from highly energetic to tranquil. To keep it on the softer side, you can use more restful shades.