How to decorate your home with orange
As we transition from summer to autumn, why not incorporate a warmer palette into your interiors scheme?
Orange interiors are a recurring trend for autumn as they evoke feelings of warmth and cosiness.
There are many different interior styles that can successfully incorporate the colour orange, so we’ve put together some creative decorating ideas to inspire your next project.
Graphic feature wall
Image: 4MURS UK
If you’re a neutral lover that wants to take a walk on the wild side, consider a graphic feature wall. Take inspiration from the autumnal scheme above that has used an orange toned wallpaper to bring in colour and warmth to a plain living space.
Image: George Home
Orange lends itself perfectly to a boho-inspired space, especially schemes that boast craft and safari-inspired prints. Be brave and paint your bedroom in a rusty orange shade for an autumnal makeover. Orange is proven to be an energising colour, perfect for encouraging you to wake up on those dark autumn mornings.
Image: Walls and Floors
Terracotta is a shade of orange that is easy to bring into an interior scheme and can complement a lot of different aesthetics.
Why not bring orange into your kitchen through your choice of tiles? Create a statement splashback with vibrant orange metro tiles or opt for a patterned tile such as the Scintilla Paprika Star tile from Walls and Floors.
That’s so 70s
A warm colour palette with orange as the focal point definitely evokes images of 1970s interiors. Style up your living space in a retro fashion by investing in a funky patterned carpet and Mid Century furniture. Bring in the colour orange through your choice of artwork and soft furnishings.
Orange interiors may be a daunting prospect however an orange scheme doesn’t have to be bold and overwhelming. Keep things tonal for a subtle autumnal look. Complement terracotta shades with blush pink and mustard, which can easily become the building blocks of a luxurious and on trend living space.
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