The colors reflected in actual nature: browns, golds, greens, grays, reds, oranges.
Orange takes on a fun flair in this room, tempered by the black and blue details, and working so well with the "Lot C" art in the background. The color, as seen here, becomes more sophisticated when used on traditional structures, like these classic chairs.
View from the other side of the room. The shades and wall color are a brilliant balance to the vibrant chairs.
More dominating orange receives a pleasant balance through delicate furniture with touches of blue. The coordinated drapery keeps the room from being too overpowering and suggests a regal attitude. The darker and neutral wall art gives a final finishing touch.
Much use of color, kept light by the massive window and French door coverage.
More vibrant blue walls get a more vibrant (though less coverage) touch of orange. Less can be more. The choice of a patterned orange ties in the white.
Well, less is more--and there is certainly less orange here, but no less effect. Such a pleasant mix of colors and textures throughout the whole room.
Subdued and understated, this classy dining room simultaneously calms and invigorates. Bold and beautiful enough to stand on its own, the room can also stand as a stunning background to ornate and festive dining additions.
A lighter look, grounded by the flooring, the dark wall hanging, and details like the dark geometric throw.
More lighter touches. The curtains here serve as a bold point in the room, elongating the space and providing the vibrant color into which all other pieces of the room will tie.
Touches of orange, with dark window framing, balance the white in this room.
This room provides another example of the balance between white and brown. The room would be quite pleasant without the unique wall detail, but it wouldn't be the unique lounge space it now is.