The Best Dulux Yellow Paint Colours: Colour Chart

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Looking for the perfect yellow shade for your next home project? Here you’ll find the best Dulux yellow Paint colours in one place so you can find, compare and pick your perfect yellow!

Yellow based paints are popular choices for North facing rooms as they help to counteract the coldness associated with blue light. The right tones of yellow can bring brightness, warmth and a touch of sunshine to an interior scheme.

Whether you’re looking to incorporate yellow into your hallway, bedroom, living room or beyond, join me as I explore all of the Dulux yellow paint colours in their offering.

The Best Dulux Yellow Paint Colours

Lunar Falls

Lunar Falls is one of my favourite Dulux yellow paint colours. This muted shade of yellow is on-trend and pairs beautifully with colours such as lilac, sage green and other neutrals.

This paint is part of Dulux’s light and space range, paint which includes light reflecting particles which can help to make a small room feel bigger.

If you’re looking for something slightly brighter than an off-white, this really is a perfect choice for a North facing room.

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Lunar falls

Daffodil White

A creamier alternative with slightly less yellow undertones is daffodil white. This yellow shade has green undertones for an almost honey coloured shade.

A perfect tonal pairing with other green colours in the space, but it equally works well with neutrals such as grey which will also add some much needed definition to the colour scheme.

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Lemon Spirit

This bright and vibrant shade will reinvigorate any interior space. Derived from green undertones, this sprightly shade could feel quite overwhelming throughout an entire space, so think about using it on a feature wall or as an accent colour within the scheme.

Pair with greens, neutrals and black accents to ground the design scheme.

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Soft Vanilla

If you’re not a fan of very yellow based shades, Soft Vanilla is a much softer colour which has been designed specifically for use in a kitchen, offering grease and stain resistance.

If you’re working it into your kitchen design, the colour would complement green and white style cabinetry.

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Pale Citrus

This sunshine tone is a mood lifter in an interior, with true yellow undertones and a perfect demeanour for cold North facing rooms.

Keep things simple with a neutral colour scheme, or inject some further colour with on-trend colour combinations to yellow such as lilac and sage green.

pale citrus

Wild Primrose

A popular Dulux yellow paint colour for kitchens, hallway and landings, this yellow based shade really is perfect for transitional spaces in the home like a hallway, delivering an instant warm lasting impression as you step through the door.

Ground things with a more defining accent colour in the space like black or charcoal grey. For a modern rustic interior, introduce natural materials such as jute and rattan through light fixtures, baskets and decor accessories.

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Vanilla Sundae

A versatile and distinctive shade of yellow, vanilla sundae is a warm paint shade with yellow undertones.

A slightly darker alternative to Wild Primrose. Comparing different shades of yellow can seem cumbersome and exhaustive as they vary ever so slightly in their tones.

I’d always recommend getting a tester pot of a couple of shades to test in your chosen room before committing. This way you can see how the different shades look in different lights throughout the day.

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vanilla sundae

Lemon Tropics

Moving onto something a little more true yellow in colour is lemon tropics. This bold and bright shade would look incredible in a colour scheme with a highly complementary colour like navy blue or forest green.

Introduce some black accents to your colour scheme for a touch of modernity.

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Lemon Pie

If you want to make a bold statement in your interior, lemon pie will bring warmth and vibrancy to a space. It’s not a colour for the faint hearted in an interior and it can quickly go wrong if not styled appropriately.

Use as an accent colour only in the space, and introduce neutrals or softer shades such as sage green into the space to balance the colour.

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County Cream

County Cream is one of Dulux’s Weathershield exterior paints. It’s part of the collection of Dulux yellow paint colours, but it has distinctive shades of yellow and brown which creates a gorgeous, caramel esque type of colour.

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Sunny Day

A fitting name for a sunshine filled colour. Sunny Day has distinctive yellow undertones for a bright and vivacious interior shade.

It’s not as luminous as lemon pie, and despite being bright, it’s still more understated with a softer edge on the colour.

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Butter Biscuit

If you want to benefit from the power of yellow undertones but aren’t fond of a true yellow in a space, butter biscuit is a beautiful amalgamation of both yellow and caramel coloured undertones.

Pair with lighter creams in the space for a neutral, modern inspired interior scheme.

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butter biscuit

Banana Split

A deep sunshine yellow bursting with vivacity, banana split will bring a notable touch of sunshine to your interior.

Because this shade is so bold, I’d recommend pairing with cool white or pale greys to balance the colours in the room.

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Golden Cookie

Golden cookie could also be described as a ‘warm wheat brown’ shade, it has yellow undertones but has a much more demure look.

This neutral would look perfect in a collective neutral scheme, layering with colours such as mink, creams and whites.

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Lemon Punch

It’s the Dulux yellow paint that certainly packs a punch – this striking colour was designed to make a statement in an interior, but admittedly, it’s not for everyone.

If you’re looking to leave a lasting impact in a space use on a feature wall or as a small accent colour in the space.

lemon punch

Citrus Zing

This medium light shade of lime green has deliberate yellow undertones for a paint colour that will bring an instant splash of colour to an interior. It could even be described as a dulled down mustard yellow or heritage yellow colour.

Pair with highly complementary shades such as navy blue, or balance and lighten the rom with airy neutrals such as off-whites and creams with yellow undertones.

citrus zing

Honey Mustard

For something a little bit spicier. I love the vibrancy of honey mustard, an orange shade with yellow undertones that will add presence and drama to a space.

Again, pair with highly complementary shades such as navy blue for high contrast. This type of colour combination is best for transitional spaces as the colours are not considered restful in situations such as the bedroom and living room.

honey mustard

Healing Spice

With a mix of yellow undertones, healing spice could be described as an almost heritage khaki green colour.

This Dulux yellow paint would work with a range of neutral shades, greys and more defining accent colours such as black for a touch of modernity.

healing spice

You will naturally be drawn to one colour during this time, and if not, why not try incorporating a mix of them all in some way? Which Dulux yellow paint colours are you drawn to the most?

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Nicole Sage

Nicole Sage is the founder of Sleek-chic Interiors and is a highly experienced interiors writer and skilled home renovator who has a passion for all things design. She has been featured as an authority at Pinterest, Ideal Home, Daily Mail and in countless other interviews. For 8 years, Nicole has written, observed key interior trends, renovated and undertaken interior short courses at the renown KLC school where she has gained her grounding interior design principles. With a keen eye for detail and a love of creativity, she shares her expertise on the latest interior trends, practical DIY tutorials, and styling inspiration to help others transform their homes into stunning spaces. With a commitment to delivering informative and engaging content, Nicole inspires and empowers readers to explore their own unique sense of style and create beautiful, personalised interiors. Contact her at for interiors advice, colour questions and any commentary.

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