Everybody loves yellow couch. This beautiful and pretty furniture is a perfect choice to bring a touch of yellow accent into any space. Thanks to its bright and vibrant color, the yellow couch can also be used as a perfect centerpiece for any room.
But have you ever see a yellow couch that doesn’t look great in a room? Something must be wrong there. And most of the time, this “doesn’t feel right” feels come because of the wrong combination between the couch and the wall behind it.
As an accent item with unique and vibrant color, the yellow couch doesn’t perform well when used with the wrong background. That’s means, you should choose the right wall paint color to get the most of your yellow couch.
Based on our experience designing a dozen of the room with yellow couch, we will share our thought on the best wall paint color for yellow couch, and here they are :
Best Wall Color for Yellow Sofa
Beige is a perfect choice especially when you want to create a space with coordinating looks. This neutral color had a slightly yellow tone in it, thus making it still feels integrated and seamless with the yellow couch.
This combination will create a soft and warm ambient that will make everyone love spending a lot of time inside. This setting also works great if you don’t want the yellow couch become too dominant.
Yellow and blue can be a great combination as those two colors will work great when used together. But if you think that any typical blue is a bit too much, then you can go with misty. This unique color had a smooth and soothing ambient that can help to balanced the vibrant effects of the yellow.
Pairing misty walls with a yellow couch can resulting in a bright and cheerful space but in a more soft and subtle way. This yellow and misty combination is a perfect choice if you want to create a tropical or coastal style decor for your room.
3. Dark Gray
If you want to make the yellow accent stand out more, then any gray shade can be the best choice. This neutral color can bring a perfect amount of contrasting effects to help to highlight the yellow couch.
Depend on the results that you want, you can choose any gray shade – from light gray to dark gray. Thus, we really love using a darker shade of gray to help balance out the yellow.
4. Dusty Pink
Yellow is a feminine color, and combining it with another similar kind of color can be a great option to create a gorgeous and beautiful space. And one of the best feminine colors that can works great with yellow is pink.
However, we highly recommend that you avoid any bright or vibrant pink as it will make your space looks flashy. To get the best results, you can use any soft and neutral pink shade, such as the dusty pink like the one that we used in the image above.
5. Matte White
To be honest, white can works with any other colors – including yellow. If you don’t want to take any risk, then go with white would be a realistic approach. Using a white wall as a background for your yellow couch also can be a perfect solution if you want to make the couch stand out while keeping the entire space looks clean and crisp.
While all kinds of white paint can work well, we highly suggest that you go with white matte paint. This kind of white paint will look softer than any typical white, thus will create a perfect balance when combined with the yellow couch and avoid your space feels too bright.
6. Sky Blue
As we already said before, blue shade works great with yellow. If you think that the misty wall paint that we previously recommend doesn’t have enough blue tone then you can go with sky blue that looks a bit more blue than misty.
This combination also a perfect representation of nature – a sky and the sun. Thus, will make your space feels fresh and natural, while still keep the yellow couch as the centerpiece.
7. Naval Blue
Another great blue shade that can go with yellow is naval blue. Although we only recommend using this as an accent wall – not on the entire walls as it will make your space feels dark and gloomy.
Using this darker shade of blue with a yellow couch can create a beautiful and gorgeous combination. And this setting is perfect if you want to create glamour or luxurious looks for your living room.
8. Pale Green
Based on our experience, almost any green shade won’t work great when used as wall paint behind a yellow couch. But if you still want to go with this color, then there is one shade of green that would still blend well with yellow – sage green.
This shade is much more soft and calm compared with any typical green, and that’s why it can still work with the vibrant and cheerful yellow to create a balanced look, while at the same time still bring freshness and natural feels into your space.