Welcome to our site where you will find beautifully designed orange kitchens. Orange is a color that is often associated with optimism and energy. Whether you want to go bold or more subtle with accents, we have some options for you to consider. If you’re looking to get energized or excited by your design, then you may want to consider the color orange.
Be sure to scroll through our curated interior photos so you can read all about the details of each design. We hope to inspire and ignite creativity on your design journey.
1. Orange & Black Contemporary Style Kitchen
This contemporary kitchen gets an upgrade with bright orange cabinets, accented with black countertops and backsplash. A sleek breakfast island, with adjustable bar stools are paired with black marble style tiled floors. Glass covered upper cabinets lighten up the space and chrome accents compliment the bold color palette.
2. Sunshine Bright Wood & Orange Kitchen
This bright kitchen gets an upgrade with gorgeous wood cabinets and orange painted walls. A wood island has globe pendant lights hanging above and gray countertops. White high-gloss tiled flooring contrasts well with the bold color palette. A functional eat-in-area adjacent to the kitchen flows well and is functional.
2. Colorful Open Concept Kitchen
A black and white stripe rug really adds a bold design to this tangerine and beige open kitchen plan. A dining table takes the place of an island so you can eat-in the kitchen. Tangerine lower cabinets are paired with floating shelves and cubbies in place of upper cabinets. Black accents on the frame of french doors and upper glass window.
3. High-Gloss Contemporary Orange Kitchen
This U-shaped kitchen gets an upgrade with high-gloss bright orange upper cabinets, accented laminate wood lower cabinets. A sleek island, with swivel bar stools are paired with beige tiled floors. Tons of storage on the built-in oven wall that also houses the fridge and freezer.
4. Cool & Modern Concept Orange Kitchen
This modern retro kitchen gets an upgrade with a two-toned arched orange cabinet wall that houses a prep sink and lower cabinets. The oval-shaped island has a white reeded lower portion with an orange countertop. Unique colored pendant lights hang over the island and small flush-mount lights hang over arched cabinet area.
5. Bold White & Tangerine Kitchen
Bold tangerine colored upper and lower cabinets take this modern L-shaped kitchen to another level. White walls and backsplash contrast against the black tiled flooring. A small round dining table and chairs are placed inside the kitchen area for an eat-in vibe.
6. Country With Pops of Orange Kitchen
This country-inspired kitchen gets an upgrade with gorgeous copper backsplash and orange paint. Black lower cabinets on the main kitchen wall paired with the copper backsplash and floating shelves creates a sophisticated look. The island is painted a bold orange tone with black marble countertop in an oval shape and brass faucet to warm up the design.
- Source: marypattondesign.com
7. Tangerine & Blue Single-Wall Kitchen
This cheerful single-wall kitchen features baby blue cabinets with tangerine painted walls that really pop. Stainless hardware and appliances contrast against the bold color scheme. An eat-in table sits to the left wall of kitchen with upholstered chairs for a family of four.
8. Eclectic Orange & Stripe Infused Kitchen
This eclectic kitchen gets a big upgrade with gorgeous wood paneled floors and bold orange painted cabinets. A marble backsplash adds texture and a floating orange shelf houses all the spices for convenience. A wood dining table takes the place of an island and provides seating for six, and the stripe rug underneath adds texture and a colorful vibe.
9. Bohemian Orange-Explosion Kitchen
An explosion of color and texture are at the forefront in this bohemian kitchen. Bright orange cabinets are paired with multi-print tiled backsplash and black & white tiled flooring. Teal walls contrast with white appliances and a bold green painted storage cabinet. Lots of indoor greenery and a woven pendant light really completes the bohemian space.
10. Terracotta Transitional Kitchen
Terracotta colored walls surround this enclosed kitchen with cherry wood cabinets and stainless appliances. An L-shaped bar wraps around the outside of the kitchen and provides plenty of seating with woven barstools.
- Source: Zillow Digs
11. Orange High-Gloss Kitchen
A wide modern style kitchen with shiny orange cabinets, stainless appliances, and two round islands.
- Source: Houzz
11. Multi-Textured Orange Kitchen
A dine-in kitchen with marble countertops, huge wooden cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and a combination of pendant and recessed lighting.
- Source: Houzz
12. Tangerine Accents Kitchen
A dine-in kitchen with orange-tiled walls, stainless steel appliances, and white tiled floors.
13. Calming Peach Accented Kitchen
This calming modern styled kitchen features peach toned lower cabinets with brass hardware and white marble countertops. Small open shelving takes the place of upper cabinets to store collectibles and tableware. Dark gray floors and white walls contrast well against the muted orange paint and natural light streams in from the large window.
14. California Cool Orange-Infused Kitchen
This California cool style kitchen gets an upgrade with deep orange lower cabinets, accented with wood uppers and white walls. A long black breakfast island provides tons of storage and white dome pendants hang above for task lighting. Beautiful black framed french windows allow tons of natural light to stream into this light and airy modern kitchen.
- Source: plainenglishdesign.co.uk
15. Organic Wood & Orange Kitchen
A G-shaped modern style kitchen with track lighting, black appliances, and orange cabinets.
16. Industrial-Inspired Orange Kitchen
This industrial style kitchen is a single wall kitchen with bold orange gloss cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Stainless accents in the hardware and eat-in table and chairs. Gray walls and light wood floors complete this industrial style designed kitchen.
How to Incorporate Orange into your Design
There are two ways you can incorporate orange into your kitchen; you can paint the walls with it or stain the wood floors or cabinets with an orange wood tone. With bright orange, you may want to use it sparingly by painting one wall as the focal point of the room. Whether it is a muted orange or a darker color, like a burnt orange, it would go well with cabinets that have a white finish. For people who like bright, happy colors, orange may be one of their favorites. It comes in a variety of shades so that it can be used in almost any room of a house, including the kitchen.
Orange Wood Stain
Not many people have orange kitchens, as a recent survey of over 907,000 kitchens, found that orange was only in about 1.9% of them. However, instead, of painting the walls to get an orange kitchen, you can use orange wood stains. Although some exotic woods have natural orange hues, they are rare, which translates into expensive.
The less expensive route would be to have your wood flooring or cabinets finished in an orangey stain color.
Less is More
Instead of being overwhelmed with a bright orange kitchen, the color can be used subtly by incorporating orange appliances in a white kitchen or using orange tiles or backsplashes on the wall behind your stove or sink. Some stone countertops, such as granite or quartz, may have hints of orange in them as well. Take a look at some of these orange kitchen design ideas for inspiration on how to incorporate this color into your kitchen.
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.
We add new designs every week.