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.
This bright and fun kids bath will withstand the passing of time as the children in the family grow older. Punches of color, distributed in a "collage" manner helped bring this bathroom to life. An orange accent wall adds a bigger pop of color that is echoed by the fringed bathmat.
Bright orange accents add pizzazz to this contemporary foyer. A vintage fiberglass table centers the room, and a stunning crystal chandelier hangs above. On one side of the space, a wallcovering with gray polka dots and orange damask stretches from the wall to the ceiling. A vintage orange bicycle and a large self-portrait complete the snazzy design.
This olive green dining room is accented with burnt orange accessories that bring life to the space. Four matching dining chairs and a bench surround the wood dining table, maximizing seating in the small room.
This simple yet colorful and playful living room displays the homeowners love of clean crisp lines, geometric patterns and bold pops of color. The neutral gray sofa adds flexibility in changing up the accents in the future but also adds warmth to the space. Accessories in coordinating bright colors bring life to the space.
Four wicker chairs with bright orange cushions provide comfortable, stylish seating around the deck's fire pit. Thanks to the surrounding glass wall, this contemporary outdoor space feels even more warm and intimate.
Dark gray walls, an upholstered headboard and neutral bedding provide the perfect backdrop to the pops color in this contemporary bedroom. A modern orange chaise lounge and coordinating colorful patterned window treatments provide balance to the bedding in this designer bedroom.
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 small wood buffet table with two doors that open is used to display an orange and red plate and four pillar candles. Designer tip: Resist the urge to cover every square inch of wall space in your room. Too much wall decor can be visually overwhelming.
By using neutral colors for walls and fixtures, bathrooms can change colors with their towel and accessory choices. The bright orange here, however, is stupendous against the gray-green and white wall tile and mosaic tile flooring by Ann Sacks. The bathroom by Kathy Geissler Best of KGB Interior Design is designed as a user-friendly bath with access to both the home's pool and main house. It is divided into distinct zones including a separate shower and changing area.
This laundry room is in a basement that receives hardly any light, so the first order of business for Lucy Penfield of Lucy Interior Design was to brighten things up. She chose open shelves for storage, backed by a color-block paint treatment that's repeated in the niche above the washer and dryer. Curtains hide the hanging rods and screen drying clothes from view.