Orange living room decor communicates fun, confidence, and warmth. Whilst it brings so many positive feelings, it can be tricky to imagine an orange interior that isn’t too overwhelming, loud, or unintentionally kitsch. But be brave. There are many ways to enjoy an orange-infused aesthetic. A single bright orange feature wall can bring a zingy aspect to the room, while a more muted shade of orange builds a comforting, cozy look. A bold orange couch or statement chair makes the conversation area the main attraction. For more variations on the theme, check out these 40 orange living room ideas with tips and accessories to help you design yours.
Designer: Gil Walsh Interiors
Orange and aqua splash. Whilst patterned orange wall decor builds summer-time warmth, a splash of aqua brings a refreshingly cooling aspect for balance.
Designer: Andrea Monath Schumacher
Oriental orange wall decor. Orange walls are bold and attention-grabbing but they can be elegant too. By adding a delicate floral motif, orange walls take on an exquisite oriental flavor.
Designer: Blume Architecture
Break up orange floral walls with wall paneling. Applying color just to the center of panel molding creates breathing space in between.
Designer: Jessica Walmsley
Orange over arches. If you’re lucky enough to be the owner of elegant arched windows or doorways, call attention to their graceful silhouette with pastel orange framing.
Visualizer: Tamara Batsmanova
Complement a sophisticated dark orange scheme with equally warm golden accents. See more ideas for gold accents in interior design.
Designer: Noz Design
Another fabulous orange living room interior that’s simply dripping with gold.
Photographer: David Giral Photography
Enclosed and cozy. A single orange focal wall is the comfort level for most people. However, a rich shade of orange makes a cozy wraparound for a snug aesthetic.
Robed and crowned. Wrap your living room in a punchy orange cloak and expand the theme onto the ceiling. In this artistic installation, dashes of orange, yellow, brown, and blue are combined into an abstract design.
Designer: Ijzersterk Interieurontwerp
Tell your orange color story with a unique wallcovering.
Designer: NettHaus Design-Build
In a double-height living room, a single orange feature wall delivers twice the impact.
Designer: Studio Architettura Aldo Rampazzi
Use sections of orange to frame your best room features, like this stunning living room chandelier.
Visualizer: César Castro
Did you know that orange can be mellow? Soft peach and muted apricot paint shades fashion calm and relaxing living spaces.
Visualizer: Ngọc Thủy
Burnt orange and brown interiors offer subtle sophistication.
Visualizer: be.at. HOME
Another subtle muted combination, this time with bold black anchors to weight the scheme.
Orange stripes only. Restrain the orange color theme within a predominantly white or pale gray backdrop. Release concentrations of color across a modern sofa, window seat, or a column of orange tiles.
Visualizer: Elemental Design
Abstract orange moments. Hit two trends in one go with an abstract wall motif and tonal orange tints.
Visualizer: DAR architects
Tackle the tonal trend with a two-tone sofa and a color-blocked wall treatment.
Visualizer: WM Design
Orange and electric blue create a buzz of energy.
Photographer: Luke Gibson Photography
Combine the orange colorway with seriously textured upholstery to achieve a showstopping hero piece.
Designer: Balbek Bureau
Elevate your orange accent couch, literally, with a fun platform floor.
Raw brickwork pops under a coat of orange paint. Add a border of bare wood around the lower half of the room to ground the look.
Source: Budget Blinds Of Bothell
Create an orange accent living room with elements that are easy to change out. Stick to orange window drapes and matching scatter cushions and you’ll be able to change your decor palette on a whim.
Via: Good Housekeeping
By taking your drapes all the way up to the ceiling line, you’ll draw attention to the height of your room, increase the perceived size of your windows, and increase surface space for your orange accent.
Designer: Alisberg Parker
In this living room with orange drapes, the rest of the space remains pale and ethereal.
Mid century modern chairs are a perfect vessel for the orange accent. Their quirky curves sing under the color saturation.
Designer: Laura Hunt
Speaking of color saturations, the center of this mesmerizing living space is submerged under orange, blue, and green elements to build exciting contrast.
Visualizer: Obrys Design
Rest the orange theme on a round rug to bring a small sitting area together.
Designer: Risa Boyer
Wild orange statement walls and elegant wooden elements make a heartwarming match.
Designer: McClellan Architects
Say it simply with a living room rug. If you get tired of your bright orange accent color, just roll it up for another time.
Designer: Ijzersterk Interieurontwerp
Establish an orange accent wall in one quick afternoon with a small color-blocked feature.
Source: Western Window Systems
Inject a strong orange accent along with some complementary colors in a modular tufted sofa.
Designer: Meditch Murphey Architects
An orange living room arrangement makes a wonderfully sunny choice for bright rooms with a lush green garden view.
Visualizer: Line Design Studio
Prevent a long narrow living room from looking like a hallway. Disrupt the line with a punchy orange point of interest. Let the floor fall away in black, and push out the remaining walls in airy white.
Visualizer: Lanre Alao
In this aesthetic living room, a built-in orange sofa is teamed with green plants for a subtle tropical flavor.
Visualizer: Mai Trang Nguyen
Orange dot to dot. Use orange accents to draw the eye strategically around the living room, such as a piece of orange-themed wall art, an accent cushion, and an orange coffee table.
Visualizer: AXIA /design studio
Stand out from the crowd. In this all-black living room design, an orange sofa arrangement lights up the shadows.
Visualizer: Phạm Minh Quang
Counterbalance hot orange furniture with cooler tones. See more of this orange and blue interior.
Use orange furniture and rugs as a strong zoning technique. In this home, a small orange sofa and rug clearly separate the sitting area from a closely adjacent dining space.
Visualizer: One More Buro
Build a bold bookshelf design with an uplifting orange finish.
Designer: Valerie Legras Atelier
Let orange inspiration flow into living room artwork. Use complementary cushions and baskets to draw out the theme.
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