I was looking through my hopelessly unorganized design files the other day, and came across these two designers whose sites I had bookmarked. Although their styles are quite different, I noticed that they both use yellow. A lot. And we probably all know from experience that yellow is not easy to master. The first wall I ever painted yellow was the most beautiful, calm, perfect, sunny-but-neutral shade of yellow. I was 23 and got really lucky. Of course I didn't write the color down. The next room I painted yellow came out looking like a school bus. I've gotten better since then (mostly by sticking to the tried and true Hawthorne Yellow), but still admire designers who use it seemingly so effortlessly. The following is the work of two designers I really like -- most of the rooms are not yellow, but there is still a heavier than average representation of yellow in their portfolios, which made me post them together:
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