When the boldness of red meets the joy of yellow, we are left with a color that’s highly versatile and always chic: orange. The color represents success, health and happiness, and is known to promote general wellness and emotional energy. Whether you’re looking to go all-natural with terracotta or go bold with citrus, orange is your kitchen’s next best friend.
This modern-rustic kitchen balances old-time charm with updated finishings, creating a space that is both functional and welcoming. Wood floors and upholstered chairs have soft orange undertones, creating a smooth transition into the sunset-orange walls and ceiling. Designed by
This bright white kitchen is warmed up with soft orange walls, painted in an autumnal shade that stands out without overwhelming the space. Designed by .
This fruit-inspired kitchen proves that bold pops of color can be super chic, while adding a flair to your entire home. The creamy orange cabinets and lamp complement the greens in the rug, while the fruit bowls tie in the space as a unique (and edible) accent.
The ceiling of this kitchen is covered in a textured orange wallpaper, which brings natural sunlight into the space. Dark wood cabinetry and countertops create a subtle gothic vibe, while the lighter backsplash opens up the room.
Orange-hued walls, lantern pendants, seating, and a concrete backsplash elevate a gray kitchen designed by .
An eat-in kitchen, designed by , features a Knoll orange desk chairs as well as a marble tulip table.
Seating featuring orange cushions, playful framed art, and decorative retro toys complement a vibrant yellow wall in the breakfast room of Estée Lauder executive John Demsey's Manhattan townhouse.