Orange is a color we have strong feelings about.
Maybe you love it. Maybe you hate it. Maybe you're on the fence.
Maybe you love it on other people, or on other people's houses.
After all, some people can pull it off.
Orange is exuberant. It's got nothing to prove.
But orange can be subtle, too. Orange is a status symbol, stacked smugly on a shelf.
Orange paint is one way to get your fix. Designers have their favorites.
Benjamin Moore has pumpkins of all stripes.
And if you can't commit to four walls, try one.
Or paint the inside (or outside) of your bookshelves.
Or there might be some orange upholstery in your future. Orange velvet, in the right space, is dreamy.
Orange toile is decidedly un-toile.
And your Seasonal Affective Disorder is no match for an orange-and-pink palette.
Orange artwork does the trick, too.
Or a throw or quilt.
And remember: those orange boxes don't need to be French.