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38 Ways To Incorporate An Orange Sofa In Your Space
With current trends for earthy and natural colors, warm shades and boho decor, orange and rust have never been more popular than now. This warm glow, refined feel they bring is a gorgeous idea for many spaces and a fresh substitution to yellow. The psychological meaning of orange is also great: it’s an active color with heightened emotions, increased activity, positive emotions and sharper awareness of the surroundings. Why not add such a great color to your space? If you are ready for orange color statement, it’s high time to buy or reupholster your existing sofa making it orange.
What Styles Can An Orange Sofa Fit?
This bold orange piece can be welcomed by any space, from boho and mid-century modern to even Scandinavian with a touch of color. This sofa can be the only splash of color in the space, or it may be an anchor piece, and all the other pops of color will be in harmony with it.
There are many shades of orange, from lighter and warmer ones, to deep rust tones, and the solution is up to you. Light orange goes well in more neutral spaces, bold orange may fit literally any space, and deep fall-inspired rust shades will be great in boho, mid-century modern or moody spaces.
As for designs, think classic – a pretty Chesterfield sofa will balance out an incredibly bold shades of orange, or go for something modern, for example, a low orange sofa. Play with textures, too, adding interest to the space and making your sofa more inviting. Take a look how to stylishly incorporate an orange sofa into the space and make it look ultimate below!
a modern living room done in neutrals, with a rust-colored sectional, a low round table and a mid-century modern chandelier to light up the space
a modern living room with an orange sofa, a low acrylic table, a desk and a leather chair plus a crystal chandelier