Jasmine is a pale yellow color that is even more saturated than pale yellow. The name for the hue comes from the jasmine flower, which is pale yellowish and white in color. The part of the flower the hue takes its name from is actually the base, which is more yellow than the bud. The first recorded use of the term "jasmine" comes from 1925 England. Jasmine, like other light yellow hues, looks great in just about any space and pairs well with just about any color. Many people choose to use this soft, friendly color in nurseries. They then pair it with soft pinks, baby blues, or gender-neutral greens. However, you don't have to be welcoming a little bundle of joy to enjoy this color. Pair jasmine with aqua and light gray to create a sunny, beachy feel. This color combination would work well in a master bedroom, living room, or kitchen. To create a space that creates more of a visual impact, use accent pieces of vibrant teal, radiant coral, and deep browns. Because jasmine is a natural color, it works great with other floral hues. It pairs especially well with violet and shades of lavender. Use these color combinations in girls’ rooms, guest rooms, or in any space you want to create an airy but feminine feel.