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The beautiful orange walls of this formal dining room provides a quality of warmth to the sturdy white wainscoting and wooden dining set. This is augmented by the floral patterns on the area rug and the seat cushions.
This airy and spacious dining room has been given orange walls to add a cheery disposition for the black long table and its matching black oval back chairs. This background somehow softens the aesthetic and doubly so with the abundant sunshine coming in from the large window.
The stark white walls and flooring are a bright background that puts emphasis on the various orange elements scattered in this dining room like the table cloth, wall-mounted artwork, chair and ceramic wares in the background.
The earthy shade of orange that dominates the wall is a perfect pair for the colorful elements of this dining area like the colorful area rug and the green striped table cloth. The earthy shade brings them all back to earth and binds them.
The simple and rustic gray bamboo chairs of the glass-top dining table are elevated to a whole new level with the orange background that provides a delightful contrast for the eyes allowing for a unique aesthetic that pairs well with the hardwood flooring.
This shade of orange is more of a sunrise color that energizes the more traditional-style elements of the rest of the elegant dining room like the chandelier that hangs over the glass table and its wooden chairs that complement the redwood flooring.
The orange walls seem to blend with the rest of the dining room from the hardwood flooring to the simple wooden dining set in the middle of the room under a simple chandelier. This is brightened by the white shuttered windows and the ceiling.
The white modern chairs are a perfect match for the round glass top table with a stainless steel stand that matches the legs of the chairs. These modern elements stand out against the earthy background of the walls and wooden structures.
This bright and cheerful shade of orange encloses the dining room with an eye-pleasing quality that elevates the chic patterned chairs surrounding the round wooden table topped with a decorative lighting that looks like flowers on a vine.
The orange walls of this elegant and chic dining room sets a nice background for the traditional elements of the wooden dining table and chairs that match with the dining room cabinet with glass panels.
This eclectic dining room has various decors that pertain to a tribal aesthetic augmented by a peculiar alien-like chandelier hanging over the blood red dining table. These different elements are brought together by the orange walls.
This chic dining room has a fireplace at the far wall inlaid with gray stone that stands out against the rosy orange walls matching with the floral seat cushions and the floral area rug underneath the wooden table.
This simple dining room has a minimalist vibe to its simple wooden rectangular table and two flanking wooden benches belong a circular white pendant light. This is given a warm and comfortable background with an earthy shade of orange.
This chic dining room has a majestic crystal chandelier that elevates the elegance of the wooden dining table and its wooden chairs. On each end of this table is a blue patterned cushioned chair that goes well with the colorful patterned area rug and the orange walls.
The red orange wallpaper of this dining room has charming flowers and vines forming a pattern that provides a complex and colorful background for the bare wooden flooring that matches with the wooden dining table and wooden chairs.
The zebra print area rug covering most of the hardwood flooring stands out against the orange walls and ceiling filled with yellow recessed lights and a chandelier that warms up the black wooden dining table and its cushioned chairs.
The simple farmhouse-style slat back wooden chairs match well with the wooden dining table that is enhanced by the warm yellow light of the chandelier that stands out against the earthy orange tones of the walls adorned with framed artworks.
The rustic tree stump design of the wooden circular dining table is a match for the beige marble floors. This is the enhanced by the orange walls that have an earthy quality warmed up by the yellow lights of the chandelier.
This dining room has a combinations of different elements that are bonded together by the warmth projected by the earthy orange walls and the fireplace on the side with a dark mantle that matches with the wooden table with peculiar legs matching with the modern pendant lights.
The colorful abstract painting provides a nice dash of color for the earthy walls of this dining room. This is augmented by a ceiling that looks like a cloudy sky with the lights coming from the crystal chandelier.
The wooden circular dining table and its matching wooden chairs have a chocolate brown hue to them that goes well with the orange elements that can be seen on the walls and the pendant lights that look like shells casting a warm yellow light.
The orange upper walls of this dining room is paired with stark white wainscoting that brightens up the sea-green elements on the painting above the mantle of the fireplace that is inlaid with the same hue. This complements the blue patterned area rug over the hardwood flooring.
The wooden and earthy tribal decors of this dining room are amazing accents for the orange walls. These decors also match with the rustic wooden dining table and the hardwood flooring that is mostly covered by a colorful area rug.
The large wooden dining table has rose patterned beige chairs on its heads while the rest are white cushioned. This is paired with tall orange walls with tall windows that has curtains of orange and beige to complete the aesthetic.
The rust-like shade of the orange walls is adorned with a colorful painting of a pond. This painting is flanked by table lamps on a console table beside the wooden dining table that is paired with gray cushioned dining chairs that stand out against the rust-colored area rug.
The curved far wall of this dining room is dominated by tall windows with lovely green curtains. These windows bring in an abundance of natural lights to the orange hue of the walls and ceiling with exposed wooden beams that match the wooden table.
Beside the dark circular wooden table is a fireplace that has a beige mantle that has an elegant finish. This is adorned with a colorful painting mounted on the orange wall above it. This is beside a dark wooden dining room cabinet that matches the table.
The wooden slat back chairs surrounding the wooden table is contrasted by the colorful patterned area rug underneath that covers most of the hardwood flooring. This is complemented by the orange walls and the farmhouse-style chandelier.
The square dining table has a dark gray tone matching the chairs surrounding it that has black leather cushions which matches with the patterned area rug underneath. This is softened by the cheerful demeanor of the orange wall and its decors.
The elegantly patterned wallpaper of this dining room has an earthy shade of orange to it that complements the dark wooden table and its wooden chairs with gray cushions. These walls are adorned with a couple of colorful classic paintings that caps off the aesthetic.
The sunset orange hue of the walls extends to the cathedral ceiling. This perfectly frames the lovely green scenery showcased by the wide windows bringing in natural lights to the wooden dining set over a colorful patterned area rug.
The kitchen and the dining area are separated by an arched entryway with a dark brown finish on it that matches with the wooden dining table. This is contrasted by the white cushions of the chairs and the decors on top. This contrast is softened by the earthy orange walls.
The charming wooden dining room cabinet that is wider at the bottom matches with the wooden table and its wooden bench. These two have a textured finish that provides a contrast with the smooth and matte orange walls adorned with framed artworks.
The cheerful orange walls of this dining area are a great compliment to the hardwood flooring that matches with the wooden hues of the dining set over the gray patterned area rug and under a modern circular pendant light.
The earthy orange tone of the walls are contrasted by the white moldings that blend with the dining room corner cabinet, door frame and window frame. This is a nice background for the wooden dining table and slat back chairs over the colorful patterned area rug.
The black wooden dining room cabinet stands out against the earthy orange shade of the walls with white molding that matches with the white frames of the shuttered windows and ceiling that hangs a chandelier over the wooden dining set.
The patterned orange wallpaper is augmented by the warm yellow lights of the wall-mounted lamps that match with the elegance of the wrought iron chandelier hanging over the wooden dining table surrounded by cushioned chairs.
This delightful dining room has two walls that open up to the outside of the house that showcases two different but equally amazing landscaping. This provides a great background for the dining area that has orange walls and terracotta flooring covered with a colorful area rug contrasting the dining set.
This is an informal dining area that has a built-in cushioned bench against the white wainscoting on the lower half of the walls that have an orange hue on the upper parts. This gives a delightful complement to the wooden table and its slat back chairs.
There is a large wall dominated by bookshelves on the far wall creating a warm and comfortable background for the wooden dining table and its dark wooden chairs with bright patterned cushions on the seats. Warmth is provided by the fireplace on the side with a white mantle that stands out against the orange walls.
The earthy hue of the walls are easy on the eyes. They complement everything in this formal dining room like the wooden elements of the dining set with chairs that have oriental designs on their backs. These are all brightened by the white tray ceiling.
The bright orange walls appear to be glowing with the addition of natural lights coming in from the curtained tall windows. All of these makes the avocado green leather chairs stand out as they encircle the round glass-top dining table.
The orange wallpaper dominating the walls has subtle and complex patterns to it that elevates the elegance of the wooden dining set. This is balanced by the charming plate decors on the walls and on the wooden shelves.
The subtle orange walls of this dining room go well with the red brick on the lower parts of the wall at the head of the wooden table that stands out against the dark hardwood flooring matching with the wooden chairs.
The tall windows and French glass windows and doors that are flanked with brown curtains have white frames that stand out against the red-orange walls adorned with wall lamps that match with the chandelier hanging from the white ceiling.
The lovely orange walls of this informal dining area has leafy vines drawn on them that makes it look like its growing from the L-shaped blue cushioned bench facing a modern white circular table and a pair of wooden chairs over a large green patterned area rug.
This charming and warm dining room is in a nook by the foyer. It has orange walls and ceiling augmented by the yellow lights of the chandelier that matches with the table lamps flanking the mirror looking down on the glass-top table.
The multi-tier golden chandelier stands out in this room that has light blue chair cushions that surrounds a dark wooden table that stands out against the pink area rug over the hardwood flooring that is complemented by delightful orange walls.
The colorful painting of a grassy meadow is a perfect fit for the sun-colored orange walls that bring a cheerful contrast for the dark wooden dining table and its dark wooden chairs that complement the hardwood flooring by the fireplace.
An orange dining room might not be your first choice. Less than 2 percent of home use it as the main color scheme. But it brings a lot of possibilities to the table. Shades range the yellow-like amber to the rich persimmon to the deep mahogany—and everything in between. Each one brings its own mood and energy to space.
Pale hues like peach bring a quiet elegance to a room. Bolder shades like tangerine give a room energy and a playful quality. It can add drama or create a calming atmosphere. Its wide range of varieties makes it a versatile color no matter what style you prefer. It’s like the Swiss Army knife of paints. Whatever you need it to do, orange has you covered.
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Add Warmth to Room with a Northern Exposure
Orange is one of the few hues that has positive associations all over the world. It is primarily a warm color, though there are some cooler shades along the spectrum. It’s an excellent choice for a room with a northern exposure that may not get a lot of sunlight. You can turn up the heat as much as you want, depending on the shade.
This color works well in an analogous color scheme with yellow and yellow-green to create a natural palette. Even if the room doesn’t see the sun a lot, you can still bring the outdoors into your dining room.
Use Orange for Accent Pieces
Some people may find that an entire room decked out in orange is too much. You can still take advantage of the energy it brings to a space with accent pieces. An orange occasional chair in a blue-colored room will pop against that backdrop. Likewise, orange seat cushions on your dining room chairs are another option.
You can hang artwork or decorative plates that feature orange. A carrot-colored floor lamp is sure to make a bold statement. However, like other bright shades, less is more when it comes to accent pieces. A few will unify the design of your dining room. Too many will border on overwhelming.
Bring Avant-Garde Styles to Life
Orange offers opportunities to maximize the potential of some styles. Shades such as terracotta are right at home in Mediterranean decor. It’s an excellent addition to tropical-themed rooms too. You can use it with minimalist styles like modern, Scandinavian, and Asian. It can help add some welcome energy to these rooms.
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