Like orange? I do. Check out these orange interior design ideas for kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms and home offices. Some have a lot of orange while others just a touch.
Orange isn’t the top color consideration for most people’s interior design color schemes, but when used selectively, it can be a very effective color.
We have a series of “orange room” galleries that feature specific rooms with an orange bent. Some have lots of orange (I’m not so keen on those) while others use orange as an accent color. Below you can check out our orange room galleries – kitchens, living rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms, home offices and foyers.
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Orange Color Chart
We kick off this post with a simple orange shades color chart to give you an idea as to the various shades of orange you can consider. There are far more orange shades than this, but the chart gives you an idea as to the spectrum.
Orange Trends for Interior Design
Below is a chart that shows the online search trend for various orange rooms. As you can see it’s pretty stable which is to be expected. This is not a color scheme you’d expect to explode in popularity.
Orange Interior Color Examples
1. Orange Kitchens
There are many kitchen styles in which you can add orange. Tropical kitchens would especially work well with an orange palette as it is one of the colors found in exotic tropical birds and flowers. However, orange would also work well in modern or eclectic kitchen designs as they both include some man-made materials, like Formica or vinyl in orange tones. If you’re looking for a bright color to liven up your home, then orange may be a good color choice for you. Along with its bright hues, it is also available in muted and darker orange tones, like peach or pumpkin orange, which can be incorporated in your kitchen.
A modish kitchen featuring a large circular island with space for a breakfast bar. The kitchen has orange kitchen counters and cabinetry.
This kitchen features a handsome flooring, along with granite countertops on both kitchen counter and center island. The orange accent looks perfect together with the room’s style.
The warm orange accent of this modern kitchen looks perfect with the black shade and white flooring and walls. The breakfast bar looks stunningly handsome as well.
This kitchen offers orange and black accent, together with the gray flooring and white walls and ceiling. The color combination looks absolutely magnificent.
Orange dine-in kitchen featuring a dining table set, a center island and a bright ceiling lighting.
This kitchen features grayish hardwood flooring topped by a rug, where the dining table is set. The orange kitchen counters match the orange chairs and shelving.
This kitchen offers orange and black accent, together with the wooden cabinetry and kitchen counters. The kitchen’s theme looks perfect together.
Orange kitchen featuring black granite countertops. The area is lighted by multiple recessed ceiling lights.
A kitchen featuring hardwood flooring matching the wooden dining table set. The colorful rug looks good together with the room’s orange accent.
A stunning kitchen setup with orange walls and a white breakfast bar counter.
2. Orange Dining Rooms
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. Orange is one of the few hues that have 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.
Orange dining room with a large and attractive red rectangular dining table lighted by a handsome ceiling lighting situated on the orange ceiling with wooden beams.
A dining room filled with elegance with its walls and dining table and chairs set. The warm lighting of the room adds class to the area.
A dining room with a classy dining table and chairs set lighted by a stunning chandelier. The room is surrounded by orange walls, a fireplace, and ceiling.
A dining space with a beautiful round dining table and chairs set. The area is surrounded by orange walls, along with carpet flooring and a tray ceiling.
A dining space with hardwood flooring and orange walls, lighted by a large ceiling lighting.
This dining room offers an elegant dining table set on top of a large rug covering the hardwood flooring. The area is surrounded by orange walls and ceiling.
A dining room with orange walls and ceiling, along with orange dining table and orange chairs set.
This dining room offers a classy dining table and chairs set, lighted by a fancy chandelier.
Another look of this dining room featuring a classy dining table and chairs set, lighted by a fancy chandelier.
A dining area with an elegant dining table and chairs set. The hardwood flooring and the orange walls provide warmness in the area.
3. Orange Master Bedrooms
Orange is a bright and cheerful color to use in a master bedroom design. The ability to incorporate so many different hues or orange, as well as other colors, make orange a delight to work with. Orange also works for many design styles because of its versatility. Brighter bold oranges attract attention while softer shades will be comforting and even soothing. However you decide to use orange, you will be pleased with the options available to tie the room together.
Master bedroom with an orange wall and a wooden ceiling with exposed beams. The room has its own sink. It also has carpet flooring.
An orange master bedroom featuring hardwood flooring and a tray ceiling. The large bed with its black bed frame looks good together with the orange theme.
Rustic master bedroom featuring a classy bed and a pair of chairs with an ottoman set on the rug covering the hardwood flooring.
This master bedroom featuring hardwood flooring matching the wooden vaulted ceiling. The room also has a doorway leading to the home’s balcony.
Small master bedroom featuring orange walls and carpet flooring, along with a shed ceiling. The room is lighted by table lamps.
Boy’s bedroom with an orange accent. The room features a black leather set of seats set on the hardwood flooring.
A rustic master bedroom featuring a doorway leading to the balcony. The room offers a large bed, a fireplace, and warm lighting.
Medium-sized master bedroom with orange-accent bed matching the orange walls. The room also offers carpet flooring.
Spacious master bedroom featuring a huge rug covering the hardwood flooring. The room has a stunning tray ceiling matching the orange walls.
An orange master bedroom with a cozy bed and a fireplace. It also has its own bathroom.
4. Orange Master Bathrooms
Orange may not be your first choice for a master bathroom color, but there are several shades of oranges that you can play around with, from those with pinker undertones to bright, eye-popping orange. When orange is used in the bathroom with light grays and white, it can add a touch of fun color while also making your bathroom feel warm. Orange is one of the most favorite colors to use in a Southwestern bathroom, where colors mimic those used in Mexican or old Western architecture and their landscapes.
This master bathroom features orange tiles walls and floors. It has a shower area and its sink boasts a marble countertop.
Orange master bathroom featuring wooden sink counters and cabinetry. The sinks offer marble countertops. There’s a drop-in tub as well.
Orange master bathroom featuring a drop-in tub and built-in shelves. The gray tiles flooring looks great together with the orange accent.
Orange master bathroom featuring two sinks with a handsome countertop along with a shower and tub combo.
A toilet area surrounded by orange walls. The sink looks absolutely charming.
A master bathroom with orange walls and white micro tiles floors. It has a floating vanity with a single sink.
Orange master bathroom with a stylish sink counter. The two sinks look very attractive. The room also offers a walk-in shower.
A master bathroom featuring a corner tub and a corner shower room. The sink counter is lighted by wall lighting.
A close up look at this master bathroom’s white sink that looks perfect together with the orange accent.
Orange master bathroom featuring a classy counter with a charming vessel sink.
5. Orange Living Rooms
If you’re a fan of Eclectic or Contemporary Design, the color orange is a great choice. Although the color orange can mean different things to different people, in general, orange represents energy, balance, warmth, vitality, and enthusiasm. Whichever living room design you prefer, a shade of orange can look attractive and inviting.
Modern living room with an orange accent. The room offers a nice sofa set along with attractive living room decors.
A beautiful and relaxing living space featuring a gray sofa set with an orange accent. There’s a TV on the orange wall for entertainment.
Spacious living room featuring stylish hardwood flooring, a gray sofa set, and orange walls, along with large glass windows.
Large living room with a handsome gray couch and a huge widescreen TV in front. The room is surrounded by orange walls.
A living room with an elegant set of seats, along with elegant-looking carpet flooring. The orange walls match the orange tray ceiling.
Spacious living room featuring hardwood flooring and wooden walls, along with an orange couch with a center table in front.
A living room with cozy couches set on the carpet flooring. The room also offers a fireplace. This living room is surrounded by orange walls.
This living room features an orange ceiling, a yellow wall, and purple walls. The seats look comfortable.
A pure orange living room featuring an orange sofa set, orange walls, and an orange table set.
This home boasts a modish living room with a cozy set of orange seats and a glass top center table.
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