Sunny yellow and dark navy make a sophisticated color palette that also energizes a room. The effect comes through the contrast: Yellow brings out the rich depth of navy, which in turn amplifies the brightness of the lemony hue. It’s a combination that feels more current than gray and yellow, yet is equally adaptable to virtually any space. Ready to try it out in your home? Look through our favorite picks in this bold palette.
Why we love it: The easiest way to work a bold color into your décor is to start small. Instead of committing to a larger piece, this petite side table is bold enough to draw your eye without overwhelming.
Why we love it:Â Switch up your lighting with this dramatic 5-arm chandelier. Instead of clear glass, each shade is a mesmerizing shade of deep blue for a moody glow.
Why we love it:Â Make a statement with this distinctive chair, which has a microsuede-upholstered cushion that takes its form from a lush flower. Though you could use it indoors, the powder-coated steel frame allows you to use this lounge chair on the patio â€” or better yet, near the garden.
Why we love it:Â Old meets new in this gorgeous storage piece. This genuine antique trunk has been lovingly updated with a blue duck-cloth exterior accented with the trunk’s original hardware.
Why we love it: This mod dresser makes a charming storage element in a bedroom. Though this would work for any age, we particularly like this sunny drawer unit for a kids or teens bedroom â€” it’s a piece that’s fun now, but is sophisticated enough to “grow” with them later.
Why we love it: Soft blue velvet upholstery puts a modern spin on this traditional Chesterfield style. The hue is deep enough to almost act as a “neutral”, as it pairs beautifully with a wide range of colors.