Who doesn’t like a little color in the decoration? I’m suspicious about the subject, because although I love neutral tones, I think a touch of color is beautiful in the environment. In addition to bringing more life to the space, some tones are simpler to combine than they seem as is the case with mustard.
Picture – Archtecture Decor
The color gained a lot of prominence in fashion, but I confess that I find it difficult to combine in everyday looks. However, in the decoration the story changes because despite being very striking, the tone is incredible in various environments and styles of décor.
How to combine?
Photos – Dana Tomic Hughes, Etsy, Urban Outffiters and Casinha Colorida
The mustard can be the shade that was missing to give an up in the room or in that neutral room. Just like the more open yellow, this color looks amazing with gray, lead, white, black…
For those who enjoy a bolder color mix, it is worth betting on the mustard + navy blue combo. In fact, all the cooler and gray tones work well. Besides them, wine, green moss and burnt rose are also great options 😉
Focus on color
Photos – Casa Vogue, Fall For DIY and Vtwonen
If you have fallen in love with this tone and want to highlight any room in the house, you can fearlessly invest in a mustard sofa or armchair. For those who are fashionistas and love a more retro feel, velvet can, yes, work well – just remember to put the piece in a more modern environment so it doesn’t get too dated.
Coloring the wall can also be cool, but the tip is not to paint everything the same shade. I loved the idea of the last photo with only half the painted wall – it gets less sick, right?
Photos – Etsy, Domino Magazine and Audrey Yap
Of course, there are excellent options for those who have a more neutral style. Pillows, blankets, lamps and even carpets with touches of mustard bring more life to any decor.
So, how about investing in a mustard piece to make the house more vibrant?