This transitional bedroom mixes colors, patterns and textures to create a visually appealing space. The bold orange accent wall and contemporary artwork energize the space and contrast the room's transitional furniture and layout.
The bright orange, textured accent wall provides contrast against the exposed brick in this eclectic dining room. The wooden dining table and unique art give the space an earthy feel, toning down the vibrancy of the wall's orange hue.
The burnt orange wall behind the bed in this bedroom is a bold color choice, but the addition of simple black-and-white furniture and a lovely Oriental rug make the space soothing and comfortable instead of jarring.
A bright orange accent wall fits beautifully with the Moroccan-inspired design in this sitting room. A navy sofa creates contrast against the orange wall, while an area rug adds pattern and color to the space. Two neutral horseshoe-shaped chairs feature orange accents, fitting well into the color scheme.
This dining room, featured on HGTV Design Star, features a rich orange accent wall and heavy wood furniture. Light hardwood floors are offset by exposed brick walls, while a mix of seating keeps the dining area relaxed. White cornices frame the windows with airy white curtains.
An orange accent wall with a Moroccan tile motif is a real attention-getter, and it sets a sophisticated, yet whimsical tone for your living space. Off set the brilliant orange with a sleek sofa and coordinating chair in a neutral tone, then bring in a few carefully chosen orange accents for a truly stunning look.
This contemporary basement bedroom boasts an orange accent wall to help brighten the lower-level space. A large window brings in some natural light. A brown leather bed frame is topped with white bed linens, and a wood desk is paired with a modern white chair. A bright blue lampshade adds an extra pop of color.
A sleek white countertop and soft gray cabinets line this modern kitchen while contemporary orange pendant lights complement a colorful accent wall. Both the living and dining spaces are visible from the kitchen making entertaining easy.
HGTV Design Star judge Genevieve Gorder says, "In order to make the brick wall the focal point, it's necessary to pull back on the opposing walls. They should've brought in light, creamy, smooth textures to give the space a greater sense of grandeur while highlighting the earthy color and rougher texture of the bricks."
A bright orange wall livens up this otherwise neutral contemporary living room. The space is filled with fun touches, including orange-striped throw pillows, a shaggy area rug and a rustic sliding barn door.
A large tufted headboard with turned corners looks beautiful against the rich color of the orange accent wall in this transitional bedroom. Patterned bed covers are accented with polka dot yellow pillows and a yellow striped throw blanket. A leather bench caps the end of the bed and matches the bed side table and small table in the adjoining sitting space.
Horizontal woodgrain cabinets compliment the long, horizontal backsplash tile in this midcentury modern kitchen. A vertical woodgrain finish over the refrigerator and on the blood orange accent wall creates a cool, perpendicular look accenting the sharp, clean lines of the design. Large amounts of white keep the room feeling spacious and open.
Horizontal cabinet woodgrain and a backsplash wall made with long subway tiles compliment the long, spacious design of this kitchen. A blood orange accent wall pops at the back of the room. Recessed lighting and the use of white throughout the space makes for a bright and open look.