Yellow paint looks very different on different walls, what to do
I would like some feedback. So far we have bought 6 paint samples (1 tan, 2 green, 3 shades of yellow, all Dunn Edwards paint). At this point, we're leaning toward a neutral yellow, especially after placing some of our artwork against the different colors.
So here's the challenge. The latest yellows purchased were Dunn Edwards 'Flaxen' (looks a bit strong), and most recently 'Antique Lace.' Even with Antique Lace it looks quite yellow on the (main?) wall that we'll likely place the TV against, however the adjacent wall (90 degree turn) when painted the same yellow (primed wall first, then painted 2 coats, just like the other wall sample), the color is very, very faint, can hardly tell it's yellow. Has anyone else experienced this? I guess I would rather error on the side of one of the walls being faintly yellow rather than the main wall being too strong of a yellow. I have been so surprised, though, at the way the 2 walls look. Your feedback is appreciated.