For this kid's bedroom, designers strived for a look that was whimsical, but also sophisticated enough to grow along with its owner. Complementary colors blue and orange combine warm and cool tones for a balanced feel.
Huge windows with accordion blinds allow for full control of the natural light into this transitional bedroom. A dark orange accent wall adds depth to the design without being overly bright. A large tufted headboard folds at the corners to fully enclose the bed space. Yellow accents on the bed add the perfect touch of sunny color.
Contemporary patio furniture pieces make for a comfortable sitting area for this outdoor living room. A brightly colored striped area rug defines the space, and pillows with matching shades of orange create a cohesive look.
The galley-style kitchen opens off the hall past the bedroom. Stainless steel appliances are softened with a rich and zesty shade of orange. Open shelves hold mementos and art from travels around the world.
Colorful patterns and pillows bring a playful feel to this bedroom. The sage green of the fabric headboard is accented with festive dotted wallpaper in shades of orange, yellow and pink to add a sense of fun to the space.
The design team wanted the master bathroom to feel warm and well-traveled, so they brought in African baskets and an Asian-style cabinet. With its metallic finish, the latter catches the light and reveals various shades of orange, gold and yellow.
One the luxury features, the salt water pool offers a refreshing place to relax and unwind. Hot pink umbrellas line the pool area to provide shade from the sun, while cushioned chaises in shades of orange and olive green are available for those looking to sunbathe.
The contemporary kids' bedroom in HGTV Smart Home 2014 is decorated in warm shades of orange, gray and beige and features a custom built-in window seat with extra storage. From streaming music to watching TV, everything in the space is controlled via tablet or smartphone.
Orange, orange everywhere and not a bit of beige in sight in this home office. Five desks have been painted orange, sawed in half and mounted to a wall in the same shade of orange. They serve as work space and shelves, and they maximize a small space.
If there's one color scheme that's equally fit for spring and summer, it's orange and blue. Make things a little springier by opting for shades of orange that have more yellow than red undertones. Here, tangerine is paired with navy blue and white for a fun and fresh vibe.
This traditional living room, in dark shades of orange and yellow, is guaranteed to brighten anyone's day. It features a built-in sofa with storage beneath, a distressed coffee table, small dining area and custom windows with clerestory panel and beautiful oriental rug. White columns add intricate architectural detail.