Do you consider “yellow” as one of your favorite colors? If not, your perception mind change after seeing all these wonderful yellow finds.
The first picture above is the ceiling of M Coffee based in Tehran, Iran and it was designed by Hooman Balazadeh. Isn’t that great?
Oh well, hope you’d appreciate the rest of the yellow finds below!
This one’s very cool, the Tellus Nursery School in Sweden. I’m very sure that the kids really enjoy the sight of their second home.
These are said to be cube houses in Rotterdam. Awesome isn’t it?
This color is referred to as “cheery yellow.” For me, it brings a real sense of comfort and pleasant feeling.
Yellow can surely add great accents to your already lovely home.
Do you see what I mean? Check these cool yellow accents as well.
Yellow is still “in” based on the color of these cool shades.
Gone are the days of little red riding hood because here comes the yellow one!
If the legendary Beatles live in the Yellow Submarine, do they also have a yellow fridge there?
If you are trying to think of having a unique wedding cake, you might want to try this one, a yellow cake that looks very delectable.
You could do a little more experimentation and try on an elegant yellow dress like this.
Wouldn’t you mind matching that yellow dress with a yellow eyeliner?
Do you appreciate the color “yellow” more after seeing all of those great finds?
How about I add up more spice and share with some nice facts about this color? Wikipedia says that:
1. In some countries, taxicabs are commonly yellow. This practice began in Chicago, where taxi entrepreneur John D. Hertz painted his taxis yellow based on a University of Chicago study alleging that yellow is the color most easily seen at a distance.
2. Psychics who claim to be able to observe the aura with their third eye report that someone with a yellow aura is typically someone who is in anoccupation requiring intellectual acumen, such as a scientist.
3. Yellow pan traps are used to capture insects, many of which are attracted to shades of yellow.
4. Yellow warning signs, especially with black wording, borders, or alternating stripes, are used in many countries around the world to indicate caution, both as road signs and for other uses such as “caution, slippery floor”. In United Kingdom, yellow is used for the front of trains to increase their visibility.
Wheew! That’s a wrap!