Bright orange walls breathe new life into this traditional style dining room, giving it a fresh, contemporary look. An eclectic mix of furniture and decor exudes a playful, casual vibe. Turquoise tile fireplace surround mimics the natural colors of the ocean depicted in the painting leaning on the mantel.
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.
This space is defined by a blend of bright colors, rich textures and bold patterns. Vibrant coral-colored draperies and valences surround this colorful room. A lime green shag area rug sits beneath a chocolate brown sections and neutral upholstered ottoman. Large picture windows provide plenty of natural light to keep the space feeling open and spacious.
Dark chocolate walls create a sophisticated backdrop to this dramatic dining room. A bold orange ceiling is reflected in the upholstered chairs that surround the traditional dining table. An elegant chandelier brings a touch of Old World glamour to the space.
These stunning chairs with custom faux bois upholstery designed by Julianne Taylor are, unfortunately, no longer in production. But they perfectly suit Taylor's Asian-influenced and color-infused living room.
Two orange-tufted, high-back chairs sit against a window with white drapes. A blue throw is on the seat of one chair and a blue floral pillow is on the other chair. A small, white table is positioned between the chairs and used to display a lovely bouquet of orange tulips.
Complementary shades of blue and orange decorate this inspired dining space. Orange carpet tiles by Flor anchor the eating area, which features a long, rustic-industrial table matched with chairs in two metallic finishes, as well as a whimsical outdoor bench repurposed with bold blue paint and custom cushions. A beamed ceiling adds warmth and interest to the space and continues the earthy color palette.
A vivid orange painting hangs over a fireplace, jumping out against the blue walls of this living room. A thick striped wall and paisley patterned chairs are offbeat additions that is trademark of eclectic design.
A powder blue sofa with mid-century lines is juxtaposed against traditional end tables and a sleek fireplace surround to create a creative mix of styles. Bright white trim pops against apricot walls, while green and printed throw pillows stand out on the sofa.
From the 2013 Atlanta Decorators Show House, this eclectic corner features bold orange on orange with pops of black and white. The more-is-more effect of the tabletop vignette is tempered by a smart mix of shapes and finishes, from muted to high-gloss, and the anchoring black base.
A little color and pattern go a long way in this condo living room. The orange walls add a contemporary splash of color that helps to balance the charcoal gray sofa and rug. A sprinkling of details completes the eclectic space: woven storage baskets, striped curtains and graphic throw pillows.
"I love mixing sentimental with new things" says Julianne whose home reflects not only her design sensibility and the pieces she carries through her company Taylor Burke Home (named for her sister) but also her family's travels through Asia, Australia and Europe during husband Chris's corporate stint abroad.
A sawhorse desk makes a bold statement in this colorful home office, while a built-in wine cellar is a surprising addition. A warm orange shade on the walls and ceiling livens up the space, but is toned down by neutral furnishings and a navy area rug.
The bright orange, textured accent wall provides contrast against the exposed brick in this eclectic dining room. The wooden dining table and unique art give the space an earthy feel, toning down the vibrancy of the wall's orange hue.
A rustic wooden table combined with iconic (and nearly invisible) Louis Ghost Chairs creates an interesting mix of textures in this penthouse dining room. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux