Tag Archives: burnt orange

BERGAMO PASSAGE

faded blue door in rust orange wall

Inspiration Image  by Inge Photography

I’m continuing my exploration of color palettes featuring the burnt orange color trend and this ones a good one. It has a collection of More

SENSATIONAL CITRUS

peach tangerine and gold table styling

Styling by Little Sooti | Image by Lee Bird Photography

The ‘Sensational Citrus’ color palette is a gorgeous blend of pale gold, coral peach and tangerine orange. Small amounts of cream and burnt orange are More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS CUT THE MUSTARD

I love the name of this color and I love the actual color even more! It’s a trendy burnt orange that has so many possibilities. Sherwin Williams calls it More

PARIS REFLECTION

teal blue door in tan stone wall

Inspiration Image by Rebecca Plotnick

The copper brown and teal blue combo is really catching my eye lately. Take these Parisian doors, for instance. The depth of the copper and peacock blue More

PURPLE MEADOW

purple and green color palette

Inspiration Image by Eva Lin Photography

I’m totally loving this purple and green color combination. Especially against a white backdrop. The soft beige tones, copper and slate blue tones add interest while More

BUTTERY DELIGHT

popcorn in doilie cone color palette

Inspiration Image by Wendy Alana Photography

What a great idea for serving popcorn at a party. I love the cream colored doily cones! And, I especially like the color palette with it’s More

COPPER POP

Mmm…sticky buns! They look delicious and are a great inspiration for an interior design. Metals, linens and white distressed woods with a pop of copper orange. I can just picture the space now. More

PANTONE POTTER’S CLAY

pantone potter's clay used in interior design

Living Room Photograph by Armelle Habib, Styling by Julia Green | Ikat Pillow by CompanyTwentySix | Bedroom Photograph by Kara Rosenlund

Introducing, today’s Color Trend: Potter’s Clay! More specifically, Pantone 18-1340. Today’s color was selected from the Pantone Fashion Color Report Fall 2016. More

Color of the Day {Gold Rush}

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Introducing, today’s Color of the Day: Gold Rush! More specifically, Benjamin Moore 2166-10.

Would you like to ‘Get This Look‘?  Add a touch of ‘Gold Rush’ to your space with this Trina Turk pillow from Zinc Door.

Are you looking for ideas on how to use ‘Gold Rush’ in a project? I’m putting together a collection of designs to show you. Here’s what I found so far:

This burnt orange color packs a visual punch so be careful with how you use it. I like it as an accent color paired with white like in this dining room design…

burnt orange dining room with white trim

Dining Room by Goforth Gill Architects.

‘Gold Rush’ fits in perfectly with modern architecture…

modern house, grey with burnt orange accents

Design by Balance Associates Architects. Photo by Steve Keating Photography.

Leather accent pieces look great in a ‘Gold Rush’ color…

Liven up your patio dining with ‘Gold Rush’ accents…

Today’s color was selected from the Benjamin Moore Color Preview Palette.

Would you like to see more of ‘Gold Rush’? Here are some more posts featuring this sweltry shade…

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Here are more colors similar to ‘Gold Rush’ that you might like…

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Always get samples! Here’s why: The ‘Color of the Day’ posts are intended to provide design inspiration. I select projects and products for each ‘Color of the Day’ post based on the color my eye sees in the photographs. It can be extremely difficult to render color with 100% accuracy when taking photographs, especially of interior spaces. The same color can also appear  entirely different in different lighting conditions. For these reasons, the actual color of the projects or products  may not be an actual match to the ‘Color of the Day’. Always review actual samples from the product manufacturer before making final purchases.