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Orange Kitchens Inspiration Ideas

Orange kitchens are highly stylish and reflect the warmth of the evening sun as well as a contemporary chic look. The room undoubtedly looks very inviting and inspires the owners to cook delicious dishes and serve them.Designing orange kitchens may sound as a very difficult task but with proper planning and creativity, the task can be easily accomplished. Below is a list of handful ideas to design orange kitchens –

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As walls contribute majorly in the look of the room, you need to ensure that the walls are dressed in orange shade. The color tone should not hurt the eyes and should promote a warm and cozy feeling as that of the setting sun.Try and employ marble or stone for creating the countertops. You may also use wood, provided it features a rich, warm and deep color.


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For the backsplash region, mosaic tiles featuring tints of orange color along with a green or blue touch may be selected to emphasize the theme.The floor can be designed with the check board theme. You may employ peach colored tiles with ivory white to create the pattern.

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Try and choose window treatments that feature the bright orange color. If you are looking forward to creating a bold dramatic look, you may select solid orange colored curtains for the windows. On the other hand, if a subtle look is desired, cream or white color curtains with orange colored patterns such as stripes, flowers, geometric designs or dots may be selected.

Ensure to provide ample of lighting source in the kitchen. For this, you may introduce rusty or brass chandeliers.  Multiple lamps fitted with orange light bulbs may also be kept in corners and on the shelves to impart the room with a luxurious and a warmer feel.

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Posted in Kitchen on June 13, 2011

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