Sunny decor with a yellow canvas print Make your home a place where the sun always shines – but in moderation. Entire yellow walls can make people feel uneasy, overwhelmed or out of balance. Visual stimulation is incredibly important both for adults and children.
Yellow is at its best as an accent in styling details like cushions, throws and prints. Step into a room and feel the joy of its radiating energy. Yellow is exciting when matched with accent splashes of green and pink, but you can create the best balance by accenting neutral base colours such as grey and white.
In vintage stores, we often find sought-after decor details from the 1950s in a yellow-grey-white colour combination. Photowall has something for everyone with thousands of motifs and designers in canvas prints Yellow perfectly suits almost any space, especially children’s rooms.
Surprise the kids with a colourful pattern of their favourite characters from films and books. Let the colourful personalities of the characters decorate your walls for unbounded delight. Motifs in shades of yellow include Lemon and Banana.
Get inspired! Find whatever suits your taste and style. We have everything from classic art and imaginative children’s patterns to breathtaking landscapes and bright flowers. The AM Collection has beautiful graphic prints.
If you seek perfection, Going Geometric 4 is for you. Are you a fan of the 90s? Then you’ll love Going Geometric. Our original canvas prints add beautiful decor details to every room. Choose the shape and size of your canvas print, and we’ll make it to measure and print the motif on 100% cotton canvas.
The Colour of the sun. Most people today see yellow as a fantastically positive colour that spreads warmth, joy and happiness. The sun’s colour is said to generate the many positive qRead moreualities we experience when we surround ourselves with its golden shades. We feel inspired, energetic, imaginative, intelligent, playful, lively, vital, idealistic, spontaneous and stimulated. Some people say our communication and concentration are enhanced and our metabolisms are stimulated. But what yellow symbolizes can be most contradictory. It can be so positive or negative that you love it or even literally hate it. In the middle ages, boats raised yellow warning flags when they arrived from countries ravaged by plague and disease to keep them from spreading. If overused, yellow can flip people’s sensations to the negative. Yellowed shades can cause nausea or seasickness. Yellow can signal warning, danger, illness or a traitor.