Following DelightFULL‘s Color Week, today is all about Goldfinch by Pantone. Gold is life! Being the lightest hue of the spectrum, the color psychology of yellow is uplifting and illuminating, offering hope, happiness, cheerfulness and fun. A tricky but yet great color to decor your mid-century modern home!
One of the great things about golden shades and tones is that you don’t need to use them everywhere for them to make an impact in your home decor. Just a few elements around one room and you’ve got it. We particularly like to see spaces with neutral palettes and a nice golden lighting design. Never fails to amaze everyone!
However, if you prefer to keep things even more casual and simple, opt for using one or two accent chairs with golden bases. This way, all the focus will be on the color and material of your chairs, but you will still get the nice glaze that golden elements bring to the table.
Another tip? Put it everywhere! Yes, you can keep it more on the down low, but you can also go pretty overboard with it. As seen in the example below, you use it on your wallpaper and choose a stronger shade for your furniture. It will create a cohesive and stunning effect filled with that luxury vibe you are looking for.
The following designs are just a couple of ideas on how you can successfully incorporate goldfinch details in your home and get that touch of sophistication! Etta chandelier is DelightFULL’s Product of the Week. We have talked about it here in the beginning of the week, and we are absolutely in love with it. A majestic piece, perfect for a grand hall or foyer. Monocles cabinet is probably Essential Home’s most iconic piece. Everywhere people see it, they literally stop to admire it and understand the whole concept of 360º design. It really is a unique piece, especially with that boho chic vibe going on.