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1. Embrace tangerine from floor to ceiling. This reddish orange hue is warm, cheerful, and inviting. If you agree with Pantone and have fallen in love with Tangerine Tango, go all out and use the bold color for an entire room. This room tones it down a little with more neutral accents — like khaki, brown and black.
Painting your front door a happy hue of deep tangerine is a great way to draw guests into your home. If you have a more neutral exterior color — like gray, khaki, or brown — a contrasting tangerine door is the perfect way to set your home apart from the other houses on the street.
Have you ever thought about using this spicy tangerine in the kitchen? It might seem like a bit of an odd choice at first, but when used sparingly like this, the result is warm and modern.
If you have a more traditionally styled home, try taking a bit of a risk with tangerine accents. The bright coffered ceiling and dining chair backs take this dining room to the next level.
Sometimes you don't need more than a few simple pieces to make a big statement. The side tables and pillows in this room add a pop of this rich tangerine color to this retro-inspired space.
It's amazing how much a simple throw can change the look of a room. Neatly folded blankets tucked into chairs can immediately take them from boring to inviting.
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