8 Daring Ways To Decorate With Orange
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By Stacey Lindsay for Remodelista
According to Pantone's Spring Fashion Report for 2014, Celosia orange (an "optimistic, spontaneous hue") is going to be big in fashion. And because we know that decor trends tend to follow closely behind fashion ones, we've come up with eight inspiring ideas to make orange work in your home.
Opposites Attract2 of 9
Group 8, a Swiss architecture and design collaborative, gave this traditional turn-of-the-century home in Geneva extreme color appeal by contrasting orange and blue walls.
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Period Drama3 of 9
Artist Roos Soetekouw mixed embellished fabrics, floral patterns and romantic colors with swaths of orange to create the Marie Antoinette room, located in Amsterdam's Hotel the Exchange
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Get Down4 of 9
When renovating this 1970s ranch home, San Francisco architect EB Min of Min | Day chose linoleum for the mudroom and office. The result is flooring that's both easy to maintain and bold.
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Brick House5 of 9
At Pensao Favorita, a bohemian hotel in Portugal, an orange brick wall lines a small terrace, adding warmth to the guest room.
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Lofty Ideas6 of 9
A burnt orange ceiling and teal wall that contrast warm and cool tones within this French dwelling by designer Marianne Evannou.
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Inside Out7 of 9
Architect Guilherme Torres designed this sleek open kitchen in São Paolo to lead into a breezy atrium. The neon orange countertop and muted orange floor add a modern edge to the otherwise rustic setting.
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In the Details8 of 9
Sometimes the smallest accessories can make the biggest statement. A simple pillow and lamp stand out in this minimal bedroom by Sebastian Irarraval.
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Calm charcoal grays balance out bright oranges at the stylish Basecamp Hotel in Lake Tahoe where a rustic-meets-modern aesthetic dominates.
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