Bright and fun orange room design

When decorating a particular room of the house you have to follow some steps. For example, you have to decide on a color theme. In this case, Stephanie chose for her room the color orange. The color you choose can simply be your favorite color or it could be the one you consider to be the best for that particular room. For a bedroom I would say that orange is a little too strong, especially in the nuance that Stephanie chose but that’s not for me to decide.

Stephanie’s room is located somewhere in Poway, California. It’s not a bedroom but an entertainment room so in that case the orange is not such a bad choice. An entertainment room should loom bright, dynamic and fun and Stephanie’s room is right on the schedule with that. The walls have been painted orange and one of the walls has been covered with wood panels, very beautiful and fun.

Orange has also been used for most of the furniture. The sofa is bright orange and it has been beautifully combined with those turquoise chairs. The rest of the furniture is white. White is a good choice if you really want to emphasis the main color you have used in the room, in this case orange. As for the rest of the decorations and fixtures, the room also includes a disco ball and a big screen TV for games.{found on apartmenttheraphy}



Published by in Interiors, on November 25th, 2011

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