Many people would never think of decorating with orange, but believe it or not, orange is more common than we realize. That is because it comes in so many hues and tones. Orange is a zippy color that gives a room a feeling of warmth. From peach to pumpkin, it is a beautiful accent in the form of window coverings and works well in living rooms, bedrooms, and home offices. Whether your style is rustic or traditional, there is a shade of orange that can work in your home!
Using yellow in your decorating is an ideal way to bring the sunshine indoors. Yellow can be found in so many shades ranging from pale buttercup to deep gold so it can work with any style of decorating from traditional to contemporary to eclectic. It also adds a beautiful accent to almost any room from living rooms to bedrooms and to kitchens. One way to bring yellow into your home is to use yellow in your window coverings.
Hunter Douglas Luminette Modern Draperies and Privacy Sheers work especially well in a traditional living room when paired in coordinating colors of pale honey and goldenrod. Hunter Douglas Vignette Modern Roman Shades are perfect in a casual contemporary living room in a deep daffodil color.
Hunter Douglas Design Studio Pleated Roman Shades in a gingery orange are completely stunning in a rustic style living room. When working with an orange color, it is best to keep the rest of the room neutral to avoid overpowering family and friends with color. In this room, orange is bold and warm against the beige walls and upholstery.
Classic Plantation Shutters in a café style can be painted in a bright sunny yellow for a traditional kitchen. Or if you have a kitchen with a variety of shapes and sizes of openings (French doors, arches, or sunbursts), then Louverwood Poly Shutters can be custom made for any window or door and painted a bright lemon yellow for a fresh and energetic ambience.
A home office is a perfect place to use orange. Orange is a high energy color that will help you focus and get things done. To bring orange into a home office, try Hunter Douglas Solera Soft Shades in a burnt sienna color. Just gorgeous!
Orange tones can also work well in bedrooms. Window coverings can be found in paler shades like nectarine, blush, or seashell. Or you can go more dramatic with an earthier orange color like terra cotta. Hunter Douglas Skyline Gliding Window Panels in adobe are beautiful in an eclectic bedroom when hung with oatmeal colored drapes.
Hunter Douglas Design Studio Roman Shades in a lemony yellow print is striking in a traditional bedroom. Meanwhile, Hunter Douglas Easy Rise Design Studio Roman Shades in a pale buttery striped fabric are perfect in a transitional bedroom.