Posted By Julia-Chicago | Jul 13, 2014 | No Comments | Category: Antiques and Collectibles, Art, Color, Decorating, Designers, Dining Rooms, Fabric, Furniture, Material Girls Projects, Paint, Shops and Showrooms, Trends, Walls
Orange certainly IS the new black! I have always had a huge crush on orange. It just makes me happy. It instantly makes a space positive, energizing and warm. I love combining orange with grounding colors such as brown, navy and tan, or together with turquoise and purple, it forms my favorite mid-century color combination.
But orange doesn’t like to be toned down too much. It commands attention! This vibrant hue is often a recurring color in many of my design projects…
This orange shaggy lamb stool (available from my BID Showroom in a rainbow of colors) was the perfect pop within a sea of grays in this serene bedroom sitting area.
I couldn’t resist these fab Knoll upholstered orange Milo Baughman dining chairs for my own getaway home in Arizona…
Whether using orange as an accent as I did within this Nantucket third floor guest nook using antique quilts…
You can’t go wrong with incorporating this fab color as exhibited in my fave Brunschwig & Fils fabric on my Rondelay.
The latest item in the showroom to get an orange makeover via my go-to Orange Burst by Benjamin Moore
is this Mid-Century Modern beauty that we obviously use for BID parties and for some storage too
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Tags: Benjamin Moore, Bradley, Brunschwig & Fils, Buckingham Interiors }+ Design, Jim Thompson, Julia Buckingham, Julia Buckingham Edelmann, Knoll, Lake Forest Showhouse and Gardens, Milo Baughman, Nantucket, Orange is the New Black, The Rug Company