Scared of bold colors? These orange living rooms will make you fall in love with color!
We’re so done with seeing white living rooms with modern furniture… It’s time to spice things up with some bold hues! These orange living rooms will completely change the game in 2020 and will steal your heart for sure!
Let’s start small, shall we? In this vintage living room, you find orange accents in the rug and pillows, paired perfectly with wooden armchairs, side tables and center tables, as well as maple flooring and a beautiful floor lamp that finishes the look. It’s a typical mid-century living room with a touch of color, that maximizes space with big windows that let the light inside effortlessly.
The focus point of this living room is the mid-century sofa in orange that is then paired with vintage maps and artwork, as well as a wooden side table and a colorful table lamp. It doesn’t take painting every wall orange or have every furniture piece in a bold color, sometimes simply a sofa or armchair in a bolder hue will seal the deal!
In this breathtaking and modern living room, you’ll find everything is white and wood, but what truly captures the eye is the orange puffy sofa that provides comfort and relaxation with a bold color. It’s a minimalistic space that creates an impact.
Who says you can’t have sophistication without a little side of playfulness and bold colors? In this living room, if you would remove the mid-century orange lounge chair, you’d find yourself in a neutral space, with not much that catches the eye besides the artwork. Adding a beautiful piece in a bold color such as orange really elevates the entire design.
Another futuristic and contemporary living room with bold orange and yellow that works so well! Amidst the white walls and carpet, and wooden accents in the ceiling, your eyes catch the retro sectional sofa in orange almost immediately, and it creates a wonderful balance with the lack of color in other spaces of this room.
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