Gold, Butter, Cream A not-too-scary step up from beige, this bathed-in-sunshine palette is cheerful, warm, and comforting. We’re drawn to yellow because it’s a happy color. But, says Ashcraft, “golden tones are easier to work with than lemony tones, which can be too intense and have a ‘highlighter’ effect.”
These colours form the basis of the colour board. It combines neutral grey's with advancing purples. There is no obvious gender of the room in the colour scheme; it works together to create a neutral, multi-sex environment.