This room shows a perfect example of how these two colors work wonderfully in a girls' bedroom. Personally, I would have done the accent wall here in yellow instead of green to maximize the effect. Would you?
This is a great example of how you can choose tones within each color family that really compliment one another. A dusty rose for the pink and a cream color instead of true yellow will combine together to create a very romantic ambience for your home.
Pink can be a nice bold touch in a classic yellow room. The room can be a very mellow, subtle color of yellow. This is chic and professional in appearance but the pink accent shows off your bolder side.
A room that is primarily decorated in pink works really great when you add bold yellow accent pieces to it. The piece of artwork on the wall here is a terrific example of that. A bold yellow vase on the table would also work well here.
One great way to include both colors in your house is to do them in adjacent rooms. A yellow hallway that leads into a pink bedroom or bathroom creates a fun house with a surprise around every corner.
Neither yellow nor pink has to be the main color in a room for this color combination to work. In fact, a white room that has small touches of each of these colors is a great choice. I love how the yellow and pink decorations on the wall work in this cute nursery.
Pillows are always one of my favorite places to play around with new color combinations. Pink and yellow pillows can be placed in different ways to give you an idea of how you do (or don't) like these colors together.
Another cool way to combine colors in a space is to use mismatched chairs at the kitchen table. This yellow chair and pink chair together really show off how these colors can compliment one another even in a busy space.
Most people would never think of pairing pink and yellow with grey, would they? But take a look here at how wonderfully bold and interesting this color combination is. I love it. Do you dare?