A paint color called American Cheese (from Benjamin Moore) might seem particularly daunting, but when combined with other vibrant choices (like Benjamin Moore's Blushing Bride) it feels right at home in this sunny renovation in Los Angeles's Los Feliz neighborhood.
In Poznań, Poland, architecture firm mode:lina combined simplicity with a shot of color. Sliding canary-yellow doors keep the house from feeling austere and save space.
In Copenhagen, the residents of a floating home put yellow to unexpected use on the epoxy floor of their bathroom.
In Montreal, a pair of designers renovated a Victorian row house into a modern, light-filled home. The original stairs and handrail were preserved in the renovation—abeit with a coat of sunny yellow paint.
When combined with the other primary colors, hints of yellow transform a New York City apartment into a three-dimensional interpretation of the work of artist Piet Mondrian.