A brown leather sofa matches a dark wooden coffee table in front of the neutral living room walls. Orange throw pillows and a contrasting patterned blue pillow add color to the room. Two scenic photos and a bright blue breakfast tray pull repeat the hue.
The low surrounding railing and short, decorative shrubbery keeps the space around this rooftop patio open to enjoy the gorgeous scenic view. A large wicker sofa and matching armchairs are given a pop of color from orange throw pillows.
Coastal-style furniture and colorfully vibrant textiles – turquoise seat cushions and bright orange patterned throw pillows – lay the foundation for this white living room. Metallic accents paired with a sleek acrylic end table keep the look fresh and lively.
Pink and orange throw pillows, and a fun flamingo stuffed animal, compliment the soft tones in the watercolor painting above the bed. The simple and sweet white twin bed is fixed with white bed linens and a pale pom-pom trim.
A wall of glass provides ample natural light in this eclectic living room. A white sofa and a white and gray graphic rug pair with an orange chair and a sculptural floor lamp. Blue and orange throw pillows provide a pop of color.
Natural light is the name of the game inside this Spanish-style living room. Two large arching glass doors provide access to a garden and patio area, while a comfortable white sofa is decorated with several pink and orange throw pillows.
Two panels covered in colorful floral fabric create the headboard for this bed. Each panel has a mounted light overhead attached to the frame. Layered pillows continue adding color and pattern. Two green pillows match the green bedspread, followed by two red accent pillows, one with a lobster, and a black and white patterned pillow finishes the bed.
Skip the orange and brown this fall, and choose a color scheme that's rustic and classic. The outdoor spaces of this house are decorated in shades of pine green and cranberry, a seasonally appropriate but less expected palette for autumn.
Orange and aqua drapery was the starting point in this eye-catching transitional living space. The client requested a room in her “happy colors,” and her favorites of soft aqua and bold tangerine proved perfect when paired with sandy neutrals.