Orange, a close relative of red, sparks more controversy than any other hue. Fun and flamboyant orange radiates warmth and energy. This colour has been among the top colours chosen for home decor purposes.

Orange is a contemporary, fun and warm colour, but it can be quite tricky to decorate with until now. Here are some orange decorating ideas to inspire you! You’ll be an expert on how to decorate with orange to add some contemporary flair and warmth to a room.

How about white & orange stripes on your sofa?

In a neutral-toned living room were beige and nude colours are accompanied, adding autumn orange and white colour stripes sofa can elevate the space making your room look more appealing and inviting without making it look out of place.

So when you choose orange coloured furniture you can make the overall appearance of the room look very minimalistic by choosing the light colours for your walls and filling the space with a few articles.

Paint your ceilings orange

Must you paint your ceiling white? Is it mandatory when remodeling a house? No, it’s not. Over the years, people have opted for white as it is basic and gives a simple look but have you thought of giving an orange shade?

Giving a saturated orange paint to your ceilings can create an intimate focal point for the room that you can work with to make the room look warm and bright especially when you have furniture that is of white and neutral colours.

Give vintage vibes to your bedroom walls

We all know that our bedroom is a sanctuary and the setting has to look extraordinary yet simple. If you wish to add a shade of orange to your already decored room, then you can give your walls a vintage look.

You can achieve it by painting your wall with the colour of burnt orange which is basically a mixture of orange and rustic red.

Adding furniture like velvet chairs, antique mirrors and portraits is sure to create the vintage look.

Adding full-fledged or a tinge of orange to your home decor won’t cost you a fortune. It’s up to you how you like to redo your house to add a spark of this warm colour.

The colour works beautifully with earth tones and neutrals such as taupes, beiges, and greys. It’s such a vibrant and eye-catching tone that a little can go a long way. You don’t have to commit to a fully orange room.