Interior designer Cheryl Settino Mosher layered on print after print for her eclectic, global-inspired study in the 2017 Holiday House NYC. The ceiling is tented with the Lush Scene pattern from Robert Allen's Nomadic Color fabric collection, and the Miles sofa also is from Robert Allen. The orange painted trim is “Bittersweet Vine” from Benjamin Moore's Century line.
The home entry opens into the bright orange living room. The transitional room is trimmed in white for a fresh appearance. A white tufted sofa and built-in white bookshelf match the bright surroundings. A shag rug, midcentury-modern chairs and matching tufted ottomans bring neutral tones to the room to balance the design.
Orange grasscloth and a starburst chandelier prove that bold, modern touches can be at home in a dining room with traditional-style molding and wainscoting. The orange wall color is balanced with soft tones of blue and gray in the curtains, chairs and rug.
This roomy master bedroom with en suite bath is in an area that had been part of the living space in one of the former duplex units. The bedroom is painted in pale blue with white trim. The new bath features a double vanity and soaking tub.
A plush orange chair sits in the corner of this kid's bedroom. A black pillow and a purple Ugly Doll provide pops of color. The orange is continued in the trim on the Roman shade and the striped carpet.
This kid's gray, transitional room is personalized with a name on the wall and features a nailhead-trim headboard and plush pillows. The complementary orange and navy blue color palette adds punch to the space, while graphic prints and lush fabrics add interest with texture.
The craftsman-style home featured orange-tone Douglas fir trimwork, yet the homeowner wanted a contemporary, neutral style. Embracing both worlds, the family recreation room pulls the orange hue from the trim and brings it into a sleek leather sectional.The built-ins are painted a cool gray and provide plenty of open and hidden storage. A bold yet neutral area rug grounds the space and ties all the colors together.
Clean, white walls and trim provide a blank palette for a fun combination of blues and oranges in this Brooklyn home. Low-profile seating complements a Danish-style coffee table, and strong patterns on the throw pillow and rug add a sense of whimsy to the space.
The view of the dining and communal seating area in this Mexican taqueria restaurant will likely make you want to eat -- and celebrate! Bright orange and pink walls are adorned with yellow trim and a serape striped wall. An antique molinillos -- wood whisks -- installation hangs near the bar dining space, reinforcing the culinary theme.