A lovely execution of the Hermes color combination. That orange lacquered wall behind the bed looks very rich.
Tangerine works well with wicker and lattice in this Palm Beachy/Dorothy Draper-esque living room.
Don't you love the way this construction orange from a parking lot becomes pop art when mixed in with such elegant pieces? Talk about a conversation piece!
Orange throws keep this room from feeling dull.
In case you didn't know that this woodstove was the focal point, the orange color really drives the point home. I love how it plays off the small touches of blue and green.
In fact, my cousin Alison was sold on this house when she saw this woodstove. It was covered in plants at the time, and the house was a disaster, but once she saw it, she had a vision of what it could be!
The orange shams give this room a real shot in the arm.
The orange rug breaks up the dark polished floor.
The orange in this room adds warmth to a clean modern space.
If you are really committed to this color, consider orange for cabinetry.
There is great play going on between this loveseat, light fixture and giraffes. Their various positions in the room and sizes keep a balance.
Orange is a great mid-century modern color for statement pieces of furniture.
Not ready to commit? Give orange a temporary audition in the form of a floral arrangement!
Oh how I love the way these complementary colors play off each other. Superb!
This orange and orange-red outdoor seating area is so festive and inviting.