A bold red and orange runner spices up this white staircase. The patterned rug gives a southwestern feel to the traditional look of the dark wood stairs over a white base. Dark railing matches the steps for a cohesive finish.
Gray steps are livened up with rich color from a striped, southwestern runner. Orange knobs on the end of mounted hooks and an orange background in the framed word art compliment the orange tones of the rug. The trio of hooks create an easy spot to drop off everyday items.
This contemporary dining room features a round Scandinavian table topped with a vibrant red and orange table runner. The banquette behind the table provides comfy seating while adding playful color with its mix of patterned pillows.
Large, wood framed windows surround this modern foyer, bringing in ample light and highlighting the warm hardwood flooring. An orange and blue graphic runner rug adds a burst of color and interest to the bright space.
This intermediate floor is accented with wood-paneled walls, wide crown molding and patterned runners in neutral colors making the space inviting. The long mirror helps to lengthen the hallway while the lamps and bursts of yellow and orange warm the area.
A glass vase full of oranges adds another layer of color to this patio table. A dark-blue-and-white patterned runner is complemented by bright blue and green cloth napkins and white plates, making for a perfect arrangement for alfresco dining.
Neutrals are a popular choice for fall decorating, especially oatmeal tones that blend perfectly with oranges, deep greens and browns. Bring warm texture and rich neutrals to your fall spread with table runners or tablecloths made from thick Belgian linen.
This zoomed in picture of an outdoor table setting allows us to see the immaculate detail used to create such an opulent table. The woven table runner adds charm, the glassware brightens the space by reflecting sunlight and the brown-orange plates with greenery add color and dimension. Oh and don't forget the olive oil for a delectable treat!
Skulls fill this creepy dining room decorated by HGTV fan nyclq, who chose a black-and-white theme. She topped a gauze table runner with a delicate branch centerpiece that holds skull tea lights. The skull theme is carried through to the buffet table, featuring black candelabras and a mummy skeleton. The bright orange drapery panels are the only pop of color, which adds a dramatic touch to the space.