Right, so get this: there's a room in Buckingham Palace called the White Drawing Room and everything in the room... is yellow. I can't tell you how much this frustrates me. Did it used to be white paint? Did it go yellow? How much were people smoking in those days? If you're going to call it a white room, paint it white. Not "magnolia." Not "sunset dawn." Not "jaundiced snowflake." White.
Whatever, here's some information.
The "White" Drawing Room was designed by John Nash and has served as a reception area for guests of the royal family from the very beginning. These days the Royal Family uses the room as a backdrop for their family portraits, and moreso as a - I'm sorry, if they can't be bothered to paint the place properly, why should I be bothered to talk about it?